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BISC110 Section 1 M/Th 8:30-9:50  TBA<br>
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BISC110 Section 1 M/Th 8:30-9:50  Louise Darling<br>
BISC110 Section 2 M/Th 11:10-12:20 Michelle LaBonte<br>
BISC110 Section 2 M/Th 11:10-12:20 Michelle LaBonte<br>
BISC110 Section 3 T/F  9:50-11:00  Gary Harris<BR>
BISC110 Section 3 T/F  9:50-11:00  Gary Harris<BR>
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'''Laboratory Instructors:'''[[User: Michelle LaBonte| Michelle LaBonte]], [[User: Martina Koniger| Martina Koniger]], [[User:Jocelyne Dolce| Jocelyne Dolce]], [[User:Melissa Beers| Melissa Beers]], TBA<BR>
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'''Laboratory Instructors:'''[[User: Michelle L. Labonte| Michelle LaBonte]], [[User: Martina Koniger| Martina Koniger]], [[User:Jocelyne Dolce| Jocelyne Dolce]], [[User:Melissa Beers| Melissa Beers]], [[User: Kaye Peterman| Kaye Peterman]], Adam Matthews, Louise Darling<BR>
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'''Lab Prep:'''Sherly Veeraragavan and Mbaira Maorongarti<BR><BR>
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'''Lab Prep: '''Sherly Veeraragavan and Mbaira Maorongarti<BR><BR>
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'''Labs:'''      M 1:30-5 Koniger; T 12:30-4 LaBonte; T 6:30-10 TBA; W 2:15-5:45 TBA ; Th (112FY seminar students only) 1-4:30 Peterman; Th 6:30-10 TBA;<br>; F 1:00-4:30 TBA<BR><BR>
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'''Labs:'''      M 1:30-5 Koniger; M 6:30-10 Matthews; T 12:30-4 LaBonte; W am 8:30-11 Beers; W pm 2:15-5:45 Darling; Th (112FY seminar students only) 1-4:30 Peterman; Th 6:30-10 Dolce; F 1:00-4:30 Beers<BR><BR>
'''Welcome to BISC 110/112 LAB'''<br>
'''Welcome to BISC 110/112 LAB'''<br>
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Please complete a brief survey BEFORE leaving lab 12 to help us assess your background knowledge and expectations for lab. You can access this survey at {http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/THN89YS]. This survey is totally anonymous and not used to evaluate, you so please do not guess! Thank you for completing the survey.
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The labs for BISC 110/112 are designed to familiarize you with how experimental science is designed, performed and how it is communicated.  Over the course of the semester, you will be designing and performing experiments that reinforce concepts covered in the lecture portion of the class.  Your job will be to think like scientists when designing experiments to answer hypothesize driven questions about basic cellular processes. You will learn to perform the experiments properly, to keep good records of your results, and to communicate the results and conclusions of your work, both orally and in written reports.<br>
The labs for BISC 110/112 are designed to familiarize you with how experimental science is designed, performed and how it is communicated.  Over the course of the semester, you will be designing and performing experiments that reinforce concepts covered in the lecture portion of the class.  Your job will be to think like scientists when designing experiments to answer hypothesize driven questions about basic cellular processes. You will learn to perform the experiments properly, to keep good records of your results, and to communicate the results and conclusions of your work, both orally and in written reports.<br>

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Wellesley College

BISC110/112- Introduction to Cell Biology Lab- Fall 2012

   

Introduction to Cell Biology Lab        Calendar/Assignments        Resources        OWW Basics        Appendices    

Series 1: Scientific Investigation      Series 2: Genetics      Series 3: Photosynthesis    

Fall 2012

Lecture Sections:
BISC110 Section 1 M/Th 8:30-9:50 Louise Darling
BISC110 Section 2 M/Th 11:10-12:20 Michelle LaBonte
BISC110 Section 3 T/F 9:50-11:00 Gary Harris
BISC112 M 11:10-12:20 Yui Suzuki
BISC112FY Th 11:10-12:20 Yui Suzuki


Laboratory Instructors: Michelle LaBonte, Martina Koniger, Jocelyne Dolce, Melissa Beers, Kaye Peterman, Adam Matthews, Louise Darling
Lab Prep: Sherly Veeraragavan and Mbaira Maorongarti

Labs: M 1:30-5 Koniger; M 6:30-10 Matthews; T 12:30-4 LaBonte; W am 8:30-11 Beers; W pm 2:15-5:45 Darling; Th (112FY seminar students only) 1-4:30 Peterman; Th 6:30-10 Dolce; F 1:00-4:30 Beers

Welcome to BISC 110/112 LAB
Please complete a brief survey BEFORE leaving lab 12 to help us assess your background knowledge and expectations for lab. You can access this survey at {http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/THN89YS]. This survey is totally anonymous and not used to evaluate, you so please do not guess! Thank you for completing the survey.

The labs for BISC 110/112 are designed to familiarize you with how experimental science is designed, performed and how it is communicated. Over the course of the semester, you will be designing and performing experiments that reinforce concepts covered in the lecture portion of the class. Your job will be to think like scientists when designing experiments to answer hypothesize driven questions about basic cellular processes. You will learn to perform the experiments properly, to keep good records of your results, and to communicate the results and conclusions of your work, both orally and in written reports.

These are ambitious goals for an introductory class such as BISC 110/112. Many of you will be starting this class with a strong background in biology and in lab work, but just as many of you will have had little previous training in biology and in performing experiments. The labs for this class are designed to bring everyone in the class to a working level of expertise and then to build from there.

The laboratory part of the course can be divided into sections of several labs each.

Schedule of Experiments

Section Lab # Activities
1 1-5 Boot Camp: Metric Measurement; Using Basic Lab Equipment; Making Solutions and Dilutions; Microscopy; Scientific Investigation; Designing & Executing Experiments; Data Analysis & Display; Statistical parameters; Scientific Writing
2 6-8 Genetics: DNA extraction, Separation of DNA fragments & Visualization in agarose gel electrophoresis; Genotype/phenotype via Taster SNP data collection and analysis
3 8-11 Photosynthesis: Spectrophotometry: Beer-Lambert Law, Linear regression analysis; Hill Reaction: Self-designed investigation of factors affecting photosystems
Lab Practical 12 Hands-on skills assessment:

Lab attendance is MANDATORY. Some experiments take more than one lab to complete; therefore, it is very disruptive to miss lab, particularly for your partner.Severe illness or serious family crisis, are the only permissible excuses for missing lab. Your lab instructor must be notified IN ADVANCE if you must miss lab. There are NO lab "make-ups". Do not schedule interviews, doctor appointments or other activities during lab time. For all wet lab work, you will be working with a partner. Your instructor may rotate partners during the semester to give you an opportunity to work with several people in the class.

There will be assignments for you to complete after most lab periods. Assignments are to be turned in at the beginning of the lab on the due date. It is your responsibility to turn in your assignment on time. “I forgot to give it to you” is not a valid excuse for handing in an assignment late. Assignments will be graded by your lab instructor, and will be penalized at least 5% a day for each day they are late. Work that is one week late or later will not be given any point credit.

To pass BISC110/112 you will have to pass both the lecture and the lab component of the class. You are strongly encouraged to turn in all your lab assignments.

You are expected to keep a lab notebook in which you keep track of your experimental procedures, record all your data, and perform calculations. These notebooks will be collected twice and graded once at the end of the semester.

We sincerely hope that you will find your introduction to cell biology an interesting and rewarding experience. As always, we would appreciate your comments and suggestions as to how to improve the program.

Welcome to the lab!

Your BISC 110/112 Instructors
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