Our first exam is week, covering chapters 22, and 2-5 (proteins only in ch. 5). Study well.
Grades for the first iClicker quiz and the first scores for homework are uploaded on the Grades page.
When we return to lab you will need to provide a minimum of three sources for the review paper you are working on this semester.
This is probably the most important part of the entire process. Spend time finding good sources, and don't just set them aside and assume you'll read them later. Make sure they will be worthwhile now.
I do not want the actual papers. I want you to provide me the citations of your sources in APA format. Something similar to the example to the right:
The lecture notes for this week are uploaded in the notes section of the website.
Before class next week:
They are looking for a zoology intern at The Spring's Preserve here in town, and are particularly interested in biology students like yourselves.
It does pay - here is a link to the full announcement.
The second week is over. The lecture notes for this week are uploaded in the notes section of the website.
If you know that your iClicker didn't register properly, can you please send me an email with your name, the class you are in (224, obviously, but I teach other classes), and the number on the back of your iClicker.
The number is below the bar code - see the image below.
What is the name of the property that allows the mosquito to stand on the surface of the pond? What could weaken that property (i.e. environmental properties, chemicals, etc.)? What type of bonds are responsible for this property?