Paper On Diffusion

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BIO 212 - COURSE CALENDAR (FALL 2014)

Date

Day

Lecture Topic

Chapter

Lab Activity

25 Aug

M

Introduction (DP, RS)

25

Keys and Classification

27 Aug

W

Biological diversity (RS)

25, 26

29 Aug

F

Prokaryotes (DP)

27

1 Sept

M

Labor Day - No Classes

-

Protozoa and Algae

3

W

Protista: "Algae" (DP)

28

5

F

Protista: "Protozoa" (RS)

28

8

M

Origin of the land plants (DP)

29

Bryophytes, Seedless
Vascular Plants

10

W

Nonvascular plants (DP)

29

12

F

Seedless vascular plants (DP)

29

15

M

Introduction to Seed Plants ( ...view middle of the document...

11)

12

W

Hormones

45

14

F

Animal development (RS)

47

17

M

Nervous systems (RS)

48

Echinoderms, Chordates, Vertebrates

19

W

Sensory systems (RS)

50

21

F

EXAM #3

-

24

M

Unifying principles: Plant-Animal Interactions (DP, RS)

-

Thanksgiving Recess - No Lab

26

W

Thanksgiving Recess - No Classes

-

28

F

Thanksgiving Recess - No Classes

-

1

M

Unifying principles: Reproduction (DP, RS)

-

Lab Practical 2

3

W

Unifying principles: Life on land (DP, RS)

-

5

F

Study Day - No Class

Final Exam: Monday, December 8, 2014 from 1:40 - 3:30 pm in BULG 2E

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