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Bio II Lecture Syllabus Fall 2011

Biology II Lecture Syllabus: Fall 2011
COURSE DESCRIPTION: BSC 2011 (Biology II) is the second of a two semester General Biology sequence. This course reviews biological diversity on earth, and is divided into four themes: Dr. Crampton: 1. Evolution; 2. Biodiversity; Dr. Klowden: 3. Anatomy & Physiology; and 4. Ecology. An integrated laboratory experience will develop your ability to think critically and to document, analyze and apply data effectively. LECTURE TIMES/LOCATION: Section 1: MWF 8:30 – 9:20 am. Section2: MWF 11:30 am – 12:20 pm. LABS: Location: CL1 0121 Location: CL1 0104

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ANNOUNCEMENTS/LECTURE NOTES: Available at: Webcourses@UCF PROFESSORS: Dr. Will Crampton Biology 402D, Email: William.crampton@ucf.edu Office Hours: M, F: 9.30 – 11am (any changes will be posted on Webcourses@UCF). Outside Office Hours: By appointment only.

Dr. Gregg Klowden
Biology 202A, Email: g.klowden@ucf.edu Office Hours: M,W 9:30 - 11 Outside Office Hours: By appointment only. BIOLOGY II COORDINATOR: Michele Yeargain

Biology 201B Email: Michele.yeargain@mail.ucf.edu
Office Hours: See Webcourses@UCF posting HOW TO REQUEST INFORMATION/HELP: Professor: Contact Dr Crampton (lectures 0-17) or Dr Klowden (lectures 18-26) only if your question is about academic content of the course (e.g. understanding a difficult subject, or having an exam question explained). If your question is procedural (e.g. grading, your grade, exam times etc). then you should contact the Bio II coordinator (see below) or your assigned Graduate Teaching Assistant for labs.

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Bio II Lecture Syllabus Fall 2011 If you would like to schedule a meeting with your professor, please feel free to e-mail him or visit without prior arrangement during his office hours. He will be glad to help. He will typically answer all e-mails within 24-48 hours. Please know now that his schedule is busy, so he may not be able to meet easily outside

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