Principles of Biology II -- Biology 1108
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James K Adams, email@example.com
Exam, Worksheet Due, and Lab Due Dates
Exam 1 (Circulatory review)
DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE: This course begins with a discussion of evolution, which you were introduced to in 1107. This is followed by discussions and comparisons (between organisms) of numerous body systems (probably but not necessarily in the following order): circulatory (vascular), immune, respiratory, digestive, excretory, endocrine, reproductive and nervous. We will finish the semester with a discussion of behavior and ecology.
COURSE OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of this course, you should be able to
TIPS FOR SUCCESS:
It is important that you keep a few things in mind so that you may more easily succeed in Biology 1108. First and foremost, if you have questions about any topic, ASK!! There is no better way to learn material that you are in any way confused by than to ask questions. Hopefully the book will provide you what you need, but I can clarify anything you wish to have clarified. Speaking of the book, another way to insure success is to stay ahead in the reading. In other words, come to class prepared. This way you will likely be able to sit back and listen when I lecture, as you will have already read something on the topics being covered.
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