Principles of Biology II (BIOL107)
This is the second semester of a two-semester course sequence designed for Biology, Biology/Chemistry, Secondary Education science, and Health Science majors. This course is a continuation of Principles of Biology I with emphasis on cell reproduction and development, genetics, molecular biology, biological evolution and the diversity of life, and fundamentals of ecology. Laboratory exercises are designed to reinforce and supplement principles covered in lecture and to provide students with experiences in making observations, hypothesis testing, and data collection, analysis and interpretation. This course qualifies as a general education requirement in the natural sciences. May not be used in combination with BIOL101 to satisfy general education natural science requirements. Text Book: Mader and Windelspecht, 2013. Biology. 11th ed. McGraw-Hill
Fianl Exam Study Guide. The Final Exam is scheduled for Tuesday, May 14th, 6-7:50pm in Price Auditorium
Video from lecture 5/1/13 - Human Population Growth
Video from lecture 3/13/2013 - TED Video - Anthony Atala printing a human kidney
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Optional Bonus Assignment - Brief article summary
LHU Writing Center - Plagiarism and Ways to Avoid it