Biology 3
SY 2013-2014
Overview
http://themetapicture.com/media/funny-goatsblack-white-genetics.jpg,
http://adam1cor.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/
dna_infograph12.gif?w=300&h=287,
http://www.scienceamigo.com/images/Interesti
ng-Aspects-Of-Human-Genetics.jpg,
http://img.mit.edu/newsoffice/images/article_i
mages/original/20120803125952-0.jpg,
http://www.biooncology.com/images/therapeut
ic-targets/b-cell-lg.jpg,
http://www.rkm.com.au/cell/plant/plantcellimag
es/plant-cell.jpg,
http://complex.upf.es/~josep/atoms.jpg,
http://www.exponent.com/toxicogenomics/,
http://stemcomics.com/,
http://cs.sjsu.edu/faculty/khuri/Bioinformatics/1
btc.jpg
First Quarter Topics
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/common
s/d/d3/Onion_root_mitosis.jpg,
http://www.upt.pitt.edu/ntress/Bio1_Lab_Manu
al_New/mitosis%20b.jpg,
http://www.wellcome.ac.uk/stellent/groups/cor
poratesite/@msh_publishing_group/document
s/image/wtdv030876.jpg,
http://occupiedmedia.us/site/wpcontent/uploads/2012/03/cancer_cells.jpg,
http://www.brecorder.com/images/2013/02/Ca
ncer-insurance-policy.jpg,
http://info.kanziuscancerresearch.org/Portals/
175213/images/breast%20cancer%20ribbon_
breast%20cancer%20treatment_alternative%
20cancer%20treatment_Kanzius%20Noninva
sive%20Radiowave%20Cancer%20Treatment
.jpg, http://medicineworld.org/images/blogs/22009/colon-cancer-7790.jpg
http://www.bioethics.org.au/Images%20and%
20Graphics/Resources%20images/human%2
0embryo%20gametes.jpg,
http://www.ca.uky.edu/agripedia/GLOSSARY/
agriart/gametes.gif,
http://www.freewebs.com/pacificway/gamete.j
pg,
http://www.3dscience.com/img/Products/3D_
Models/Biology/Cells/Sperm_Egg/3d_human_
reproductive_cells_web01.jpg
www.daviddarling.info, www.sciencegeek.net,
www.d.umn.edu, www.studyblue.com
www.numbersleuth.org,
appliedmath30.pbworks.com,
www.webquest.hawaii.edu,
www.deepfriedbrainproject.com
www.tumblr.com, www.scq.ubc.ca,
www.exploringnature.org, genewww.zazzle.com
Major Requirements
Grading
System
Exams
Periodic exam
Regular quizzes
Long tests (2 per quarter)
Activities
Laboratory activities (1-3 per quarter) 20%
Reporting (1-2 per quarter)
Group projects (1-2 per quarter)
Class
Recitation
Notebook and EoQRs
HW/SW
participation
25%
35%
20%
***Postquarter exam given to those who missed 60% or more of the total quiz points
or a long exam for valid reasons. Coverage is the same as that of the Periodic Exam.
Classroom policies
 The PSHS Code of Conduct will be strictly observed.
fanon.wikia.com, www.henriquebarroso.com,
www.bellcurves.com,
leandrosantos.wordpress.com
Classroom policies
 The PSHS Code of Conduct will be strictly observed.
 Any submissions past the set deadline (even seconds or minutes
after) will be given a grade of ZERO.
 If a scheduled exam or submission deadline is affected by
suspension of classes, it is moved to the nearest class day unless
otherwise specified.
thematadorsghs.com, askville.amazon.com,
www.telegraph.co.uk,
www.washingtonpost.com,
www.tumblr.com,
electiondefensealliance.org
Classroom policies
 The PSHS Code of Conduct will be strictly observed.
 Any submissions past the set deadline (even seconds or minutes
after) will be given a grade of ZERO.
 If a scheduled exam or submission deadline is affected by
suspension of classes, it is moved to the nearest class day unless
otherwise specified.
 Cellular phones may not be used within the classroom unless
express permission is given.
 Eating is strictly prohibited inside the classroom. Only water is
allowed inside the room.
 Students who sleep in class will be required to perform a given
activity that promotes blood flow to the brain.
 Students engaging in disruptive/inattentive behavior will be asked to
facilitate the next session’s lectures/activities.
Announcements
 First topic for next week is the cell cycle (G1, S, G2, M
phases)
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Presentation00-Introduction and class policies