Summer and Fall 2008
Introduction to the Principles of Biology
4 units/3 hours lecture, 3 hours of lab. CR/NC option.
Not open to students who have completed Biology 1.1 or 1.2.
Recommended: English 100A or 100B or in progress.
Chuck Brown, Instructor
office phone: 538-3961
Baker Hall Room 1869A
See Bio10 Syllabus for office hours.
FALL 1999 WEB SITE SUBMISSIONS: BOTANY
SPRING 2000 WEB SITE SUBMISSIONS: ECOLOGY
FALL 2000 WEB SITE SUBMISSIONS: ZOOLOGY
SPRING 2001 WEB SITE SUBMISSIONS: PROTISTS AND FUNGI
FALL 2001 WEB SITE SUBMISSIONS: EVOLUTION
SPRING 2002 WEG SITE SUBMISSIONS: EVOLUTION, GENERAL BIOLOGY, HUMAN POPULATIONS
FALL 2003 WEB SITE SUBMISSIONS: VARIOUS TOPICS
FALL 2004 WEB SITE SUBMISSIONS: TOPICS DIRECTLY RELATED TO THOSE COVERED IN BIO 10
Course Description: Basic course in biology including concepts of cellular biology and organismic reproduction, genetics, evolution, ecology and methods of science.
Supplies Required: Fall Semester only: Calculator with square root function and graph paper (10 divisions per inch or 5 divisions per centimeter).(NOT for Summer Courses)
Texts Required in Summer and Fall, 2008:
Biology 10 Course Outline
|Bio10 not offered in Spring by C. Brown|
|Summer Schedule 2008||Text Assignments||MTWTh Lecture & Lab Schedule||Examination Schedule|
|Fall Schedule 2003||Text Assignments||TTh Lecture Schedule||Examination Schedule|
see also the following relevant pages:
MANZANITA LEAF PAPER FORMS (Fall only)
SUMMER AND FALL READING ASSIGNMENTS
ON BEING A SUCCESSFUL STUDENT
HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR GRADES
HOW TO FORM A STUDY GROUP
EXAMPLE EXAM QUESTIONS