|Week||Lecture Topics||Laboratory Topics||Reading||Reminders/Other|
|Week 1. August 22-26
Monday: Introduction to the course.
Wednesday and Friday: Biology as a science. "The otter lecture."
|Tuesday: No lab
Thursday. Working with numbers and measurements in science
C&R: Chapter 1, especially scientific method section
|Video. Conversions in the metric system. A simplistic review that you may find helpful.|
|Week 2. August 29-Sep 2||Monday and Wednesday. What is
an animal? Taxonomy and systematics. Scientific method assignment is due
Tuesday. Introduction to microscopy.
Thursday. Animal cells and tissues. Web support material.
|Finish Chapter 1, and pages 495-497 and 529-531.|
|Week 3. September 6-9||
Monday. No class. Labor Day.
Wednesday and Friday. Biologically important macromolecules. Macromolecules: Carbohydrates.
|Tuesday. Cells and tissues,
Thursday. Protista [Lytle Ch. 5]
|Review Chapters 2 and 3 as needed. Read Chapters 4 and 5.|
|Week 4. September 12-16|| Monday. The cell cycle. Mitosis
and cytokines Note: Lecture exam is one week from today.
|Tuesday. Conclusion of protist
Phylum Porifera [Lytle Chap. 6, and Campbell p. 646-648.]
|Review chapters 12 and 13, as needed.||Friday: Article discussion. TBD|
|Week 5. September 19-23||Monday. Lecture exam #1. Room will open at 7:30.||Tuesday. The radiate animals.
[Lytle Chap. 7 and Campbell 648-651.]
Phylum Cnidaria and
Note: Lab exam 1 is one week from today.
Thursday. Conclusion of the radiate animals.
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