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INTRODUCTION TO MODERN BIOLOGY II

BIOLOGY 2312
FALL 2006

Biology 2312: this course is a continuation in the modern biology series .Emphasis will be on the anatomy and
physiology of animal organ systems and their relationships to each other and the overall function of the organism.

Textbook: BIOLOGY , Raven et al , 7th Edition , McGraw-Hill,2004


ISBN:0-07-291854-4
Instructor: Gerald D. Friedman,D.O.

Schedule: BIOL-2312-001 TR 11:00-12:15


BIOL-2312-002 TR 02:00- 03:15

WORKSHOP: BIOL 2112 -001 M 11:00-11:50AM


-002 M 11:00-11:50AM
-003 W 11:00-11:50AM
-004 W 11:00-11:50AM
-005 T 04:30-05:20PM
-006 T 04:30-05:20PM
-007 R 04:30-05:20PM
-008 R 04:30-05:20PM
Grading: The course grade for B 2312 will be determined as follows;

60% - Lecture Exams I-IV


20% - Final Exam
20% - Workshop ; quizzes, attendance, participation ,etc.

Course letter grades are as follows ;


A: 100%-89.6%
B; 89.5%-79.6%
C; 79.5%-69.6%
D; 69.5%-59.6%
F; 59.5% and below

“plus” and “minus” grades will be assigned .


NO MAKE UP WILL BE GIVEN ROUTINELY.
Only under extenuating circumstances and with prior notification will
this be altered.

Office hours; Between 12:00 NOON and 1:30PM Dr. Friedman will be in his office,
3.116 Founders North , otherwise by appointment only. University e-mail
Gxf051000 .
LECTURE SCHEDULE
SPRING 2006

Date Topic Chapter/Pages


Jan.10 Introduction Biology 2312
12&17 Animal Form and Function 42/885-864
19&24 Locomotion 42/871-881
26 TEST I
31 & Digestion 43/889-902
Feb.2
7&9 Circulation 44/908-921
14 TEST II
16&21 Body Defenses 48/1013-1028
23&28 Respiration 44/922-926
Mar. 2 TEST III
7&9 Spring Break
14,16&21 Nervous System 45/939-966
23&28 Sensory 46/969-988
30 TEST IV
Apr. 4&6 Endocrine 47/991-1010
11&13 Internal Enviorment 49/1052-1058
18&20 Reproduction 50/1068-1075
25 FINAL EXAM