Biology 2020 News and Announcements...

Welcome to Biol 2020 Principles of Cell Biology for Fall 2018! Please check this page often for important announcements...

NOTE: A revised lecture schedule for the rest of the semester can be downloaded here...

8 Nov: Exam #3 is scheduled for Thu 15 Nov. Exam #3 is closed book/closed notes. A non-programmable calculator may be used, as needed. Exam #3 will cover material from lecture notes/reading/problem sets for L15 Gene and genome evolution thru L19 Vesicle transport (we will finish this lecture with 3 slides on 13 Nov).

I try to write exams that can be completed in the allotted class time. However, I often give students extra time at the beginning or end of the class period. Please plan your schedule accordingly, and arrive promptly!

Because of its large enrollment, the class will be split to two rooms for the exam. Go directly to your assigned exam location. If your last (family) name begins with:

A-J: Go to ASB 220 (lecture hall).

K-Z: Go to FMAB auditorium (just S of Marriot Library).

Find your exam room BEFORE the day of the exam!

I will conduct a review/Q&A session for exam #3 on Wednesday 14 Nov from 3:30-5PM in 210 ASB. Come with questions!

A "Reverse study guide," containing things you DON'T have to memorize for exam #3 can be found here...

1 Nov:The key for exam #2 can be found here...

A "Reverse study guide," containing things you DON'T have to memorize for exam #2 can be found here...

26 Sept: The key for exam #1 can be found here...

13 Sept: A "Reverse study guide," containing things you DON'T have to memorize PLUS evrrything you DO need to know about glycolysis and the citric acid cycle, for exam #1can be found here...

General Announcements:

Discussion and tutoring sessions begin Monday 27 August... these sessions are OPTIONAL, but attendance is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! See the syllabus for the times and locations, and go meet your TAs (download the schedule here...)!

Throughout the semester I will be showing movies and animations from ECB4. It does not appear that these movies are available on Norton's website at this time. However, many of the movies are available thru YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZLthn_3UEc&list=PLrmeLU4xPB-NgGVE-thJXMpi4cOKn6FgO