Animal Biology

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BI108
Animal Biology

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BI108
Animal Biology
Course Introduction


Coordinator & Lecturer:
Dr. Ketan Christi, PhD
Sr. Lecturer (Animal Physiology)
Biology, Room N217, SBCS, FSTE
Ext. 32425 e-mail: christi_k@usp.ac.fj

Other units :
BI309: Comparative Animal Physiology
BI103: General Biology
BI 409: Advanced Physiology

Post-graduate supervision:
2 students completed PhD

2 MSc students

Other helping hands :
1) Ms Awei, Teaching Assistant
2) Other lab demo/markers are to be advised

Technician:
Abhinesh Prasad and Mere Yabaki
Prep room, Biology
Phone no. Ext. 32521

221 students

TIME TABLE: Lecture
Day

Time

Venue

Monday
Tuesday
Friday

8-9 am
1-2 pm
12-1 pm

092-001
092-001
092-001

Attend all lectures

Any changes will be advised

LAB SESSIONS
Group

Day

Time

Room

1

TUES

9-12

2

TUES

2-5

3

WED

9-12

4

WED

2-5

5

*WED

9-12

010-102

6

THURS

9-12

010-102

010-120
Biology lab

Attend one lab session
75% attendance is compulsory
Labs start from wk2;

Tutorial Sessions
Group
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
(EXTRA)

Day

Time

Room

MON
MON
MON
TUES
TUES
WED
WED
WED
WED
THURS
THURS
THURS
FRI

11am
11am
3pm
11am
2pm
9am
11am
2pm
3pm
11am
1pm
2am
4pm

014-115
093-001
093-207
014-113
014-014A
093-001
093-206
014-028
093-002
003-203
014-113
014-115
014-113

• Attend one tutorial session.
• 60% attendance is compulsory
• Tutorials start from wk2
• Any changes will be advised

Lab & Tutorial Groups


Sign up for Lab groups and Tutorial groups through
Moodle from Monday to Friday Morning, 9am (July
21 to July 24, 9am, 2014). There is a cut off number for each session.



Please check your time-table carefully before you sign up for these sessions. Any changes that you want to make, it has to be by 9am, Thursday, 24th
July. Normally no

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