Biochemistry Computer Lab Syllabus
Lecture Schedule @@
|Monday Night Lectures (5:00 p.m.)|
|Week||DATE||Topics||Supplemental Assignment ##|
|Week 1||Sep. 29||From ASN ++:MCDB108AL Supplemental Reading|
|Week 2||Oct. 6|
|Week 3||Oct. 13||From Bookstore ##: Hemoglobin article(Scientific American)|
|Week 5||Oct. 27||FromWood et al.: Ch. 8 Enzyme kinetics problems|
|Week 6||Nov. 3|
|Week 7||Nov. 10|
|Week 8||Nov. 17|
|Week 9||Nov. 24|
Nov. 27 (Thurs)*** Thanksgiving Break (no Computer Lab classes scheduled) ***
|Week 10||Dec. 1||Structure and Mechanism of HIV Reverse Transcriptase|
Dec. 4 (Thurs.) Computer Lab Midterm (Final ?) Examination @ the LSCF
Dec. 13 (Sat.)*** FINAL EXAMINATION (?) *** Saturday 12:00 - 3:00 p.m
@@ Required texts:
##BKSTR: Required supplemental reading packet available at the UCSB bookstore.
++ASN: Required supplemental reading packet available at the AS Notetaking service office.
$$Last week for undergraduates to drop or add a class.
|Prof. Sears (email@example.com)||3141(Biol. 2)||X3499 TBA|
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INFORMATION FOR THE FALL QUARTER
There will be 2 or 3 examsin the LSCF, each 2 hr. in length.
ACADEMIC HONESTY is expected absolutely at all times. You are expected work alone during the examinations..
GRADING will be discussed at a later time.
NO grade changes will be made after the final grade reports are due, approximately 2 weeks after the Winter Quarter begins. Unclaimed exams will also be disposed of at this time.
Letters of recommendation: Because transcripts typically accompany applications for most types of post-graduate study or employment, it is this instructor's general policy not to write letters of recommendation based solely on the grade earned in this course.