Bio 212 Spring 2004
Prof: Dr. Stuart Reichler
Bio 212 Syllabus
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Th 2/12 in RLM 4.102
|T 3/9 in PHR 2.110
|T 4/13 in
2.246 at 5pm
|Th 5/13 2-5pm
in UTC 3.134
|T 5/11 in Wel 2.246
**During the final exam period, there will be 2 exams. Exam
4 will cover the material since 4/19/04. There will also be an optional
cumulative exam with questions covering material from the entire semester.
Your grade will be an average of 4 grades out of a possible 5 grades.
At the test, you will have the option to look at, work on, and complete
the cumulative exam, but if it is turned in, that grade will count even
if it is lower than your previously lowest grade. I want to give you
an opportunity to improve your grade, but due to the short time frame for
turning in final grades, I want to ensure that students who take the cumulative
final have studied for it and are interested in improving their grades.
Please ask if you have any questions about this.**
Stuart will have additional office hours until the final exam.
W 5/5 3-5pm; Th 5/6 11am-noon, 3-5pm; F 5/7 11am-1pm; M 5/10 11am-1pm,
3-5pm; T 5/11 3-5pm; W 5/12 10am-1pm
These genetics problems are from another class, so not
all of the problems are relevant to Bio 212. In both set
1 and set
2 questions 1-10 cover information that was presented in Bio 212, and
you can use them for practice.
Information presented in class:
Strong Inference: The
of Strong Inference
Figures from the textbook
("Biology" by Campbell and Reece 6th ed.)
used in class
Keys to this semester's exams:
information and test preparation material:
These exams are from my previous Bio 212 classes.
Some of the subject matter is different, but the style
of the exam will be similar.
Sum 01 Exam 1, Fa 02 Exam 1, Sp 03 Exam 1, Fa 03 Exam 1
Sum 01 Exam 2, Fa 02 Exam 2, Sp 03 Exam 2, Fa 03 Exam 2
Sum 01 Exam 3, Fa 02 Exam 3, Sp 03 Exam 3, Fa 03 Exam 3
Fa 02 Exam 4
Fa 02 Final Exam
Page last updated on 10 May 2004