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WILLIAM PATERSON UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF SCIENCE & HEALTH
DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY

1. TITLE OF COURSE AND COURSE NUMBER: BIO 1630; General Biology; Number of Credits: 4

2. DEPARTMENT AND SECRETARY'S TELEPHONE NUMBER AND E-MAIL ADDRESS: Biology Department Secretaries: Georgeann Russo, russog@wpunj.edu, 720-2265 Nancy Malba, malban@wpunj.edu, 720-2245

3. SEMESTER OFFERED: Spring 2014

4. PROFESSOR'S CONTACT INFORMATION Dr. Carey Waldburger Science Hall East Rm 4052, Telephone: 973-720-2486, Email: waldburgerc@wpunj.edu Office Hours: T: 11:00-12:30 & F: 3:30-4:45.

5. REQUIRED TEXTS:
Lecture: Campbell’s BIOLOGY, by Reece. et. al. 10th edition. Benjamin/Cummins, Menlo Park, CA.

Laboratory: Dolphin, W.
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Use computer programs for word processing and elementary data analysis

8. TOPICAL OUTLINE OF COURSE CONTENT:

TENTATIVE LECTURE SCHEDULE:

Week (dates) Subject Text

1 (1/14) Introduction, Atoms, Electrons, Bonds 2
2 (1/21) Bonds (cont.); Water Properties 2,3
3 (1/28) Carbon & Functional Groups 4
4 (2/04) Exam I: Chemical reactions, Proteins 5,8
5 (2/11) Proteins (cont.); Enzymes 5,8
6 (2/18) Enzymes (cont.); Nucleic acids; 8,5
7 (2/25) DNA to Protein (Introduction); DNA replication 17,16
8 (3/04) Exam II: DNA replication (cont.) 16
9 (03/11) Transcription & Translation 17
10 (03/25) Cell cycle & Mitosis; Meiosis 12,13
* Tuesday, March 25th is the last day to withdraw from this course
11 (04/01) Mendel and Genes 14
12 (04/08) Exam III: Lipids 5
13 (04/15) Membranes & Transport; Carbohydrates 7,5
14 (04/22) Catabolism & Energy Production, Cellular Respiration 9
15 (04/29) Photosynthesis 10
16 (05/06) Final Exam

9. TEACHING METHODS: Lecture: Primarily lecture and discussion with use of visual aids. Laboratory: Primarily hands-on activities and discussions.

10. COURSE EXPECTATIONS:
*ACTIVE LEARNING IS ENCOURAGED AND EXPECTED. YOU MUST UNDERSTAND THE CONCEPTS YOU ARE BEING EXPOSED TO, AND MUST TAKE THE ULTIMATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR OWN EDUCATION!

a. Reading Assignments: See #8 above. Additional readings may be assigned during

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