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Saint Joseph's University
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Bio 201 - Biology III Organismic Biology

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Saint Joseph s University Biology III Organismic Biology Course Expectations Fall 2011 Dr Jonathan Fingerut 221 SC jfingeru sju edu 660 1830 Ms Susan Jackson 313B SC sj357603 sju edu 660 1895 Dr Karen Snetselaar 229 SC ksnetsel sju edu 660 1826 Dr Clint Springer 224 SC clint springer sju edu 660 3432 Dr Paul Tefft 225 SC ptefft sju edu 660 1827 Office hours will be posted on instructors doors This is the third course in the Saint Joseph s Biology core sequence Lectures and laboratory exercises will include a brief survey of organisms from all kingdoms and more detailed study of certain anatomical and physiological adaptations in plants and animals The lecture and lab portions of this course are quite integrated use the lab to help you understand the lecture material and vice versa Please see any of the instructors if you have any questions office hours will be posted or you can make an appointment in person by email or by phone Learning Objectives By the end of the course you will be able to Describe the evolutionary relationships among organisms and explain basic mechanisms of evolution Identify the characteristics that define the major groups of prokaryotes protists fungi animals and plants with special emphasis on animals and flowering plants Explain structure function relationships in cells tissues and organs Describe similarities and differences in how plants and animals are adapted to environmental conditions Your progress toward meeting the learning objectives will be assessed through lecture exams lab quizzes and laboratory worksheets and write ups You are encouraged to test your own progress toward meeting the objectives through individual and group study answering questions at the end of chapters and on the textbook website and discussions with your instructors Attendance and Honesty Policy Attendance at lab and lecture is required Make up exams will not be given except by prior arrangement and at the discretion of the instructors At all times your work



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