Instructor : Christine Peters-Stanton (Biology Department) Biology Department Home Page
Office : SM 55G Instructor Home Page
Phone : (408) 741 - 2626
email : email@example.com
||Lecture Schedule||Lecture Outlines||
Due Feb. 27th
|Down Loadable Documents:|
Quiz (due Feb. 8th)
|Student information / time management worksheet||1/21/18|
Chemistry Worksheet Answers
Oral Presentation Grading Rubric
Grades posted above:
Exam 1 course average: 81.5%
Course Average: 82%
Note: Grades reflect Exam1, Quizzes 1 - 3 and syllabus quiz
||Reminder: Exam 1
Lectures covered: 1 - 5 (Not including cellular respiration)
Labs covered: 1 - 6
AM lab exam starts at 9:40am and the PM lab starts at 1:00pm.
Please bring a pencil, scantron, calculator and homework and lab work (if turning in for a grade)
5: Enzyme Kinetics Lab Data (Pdf)
Lab 5: Enzyme Kinetics Lab Data (Excel)
4 Bioenergetics lab data
Please remember to :
1. Purchase your lab manual
2. Complete the Syllabus Quiz (due Feb. 8th)
3. Look at the Chemistry Pretest to determine if you need to review further general chemistry concepts. If you do, please read chapter 1 in your text book.
4. Review Lectures 1 and 2 and labs 1 & 2
5. Be ready for a quiz on Tuesday - please bring a scantron (815 15 question sheet)
6. Down load lecture 3 outline
Lab data from Lab 1 : Homeostasis (student ppm)
Lecture 3 hours; Laboratory 6 hours, 2 lab hours by arrangement
Prerequisite: Completion of Human anatomy (bio47) and college chemistry course.
Recommended preparation: Math 103 & 103R
Acceptable for credit: University of California, California State University
This course will cover principles and concepts of physiology through comprehensive study of the regulation, cellular function, and integration of the major body systems of the human body.
Jan. 30th Be sure to show up the
first day of lecture on Jan. 30th at 7:45am in SM36 followed by
lab at 9:20am or 12:50pm in SM52. Anyone
that misses the first day will be automatically dropped to
allow students eager to add to have that opportunity. ALL
ADDS will be done in lab the following week.
purchase the lab manual from the Campus Bookstore before
the second class meeting, Feb. 1st or download Lab 2
Things to do to get a head start :
1. Ready over Syllabus : You can down load a printable version of the Syllabus(pdf).
2. Take the Syllabus Quiz : Down load the quiz (SyllabusQuiz pdf. )and answer the questions after reading. You will be turning this in Feb 8th.
3. Complete the CHEMISTRY WORKSHEET contained in your lab manual appendix (or Download Chemistry Work Sheet (pdf.)): If you do not feel comfortable with the material you can review chapter 2 and 6 in your text book. In addition many students have found helpful the optional text (An Introduction to Chemistry for Biology Students by George Sackhein ; ISBN # 0-8053-3075-5). The review sheet is designed to allow you to judge whether you have a basic knowledge of general chemistry. If the review seems difficult or the terms seem completely foreign, I would suggest retaking a general chemistry course BEFORE attempting Physiology. Make sure you are setting yourself up for success!
4. Read Lab ONE: You can down load a printable version of Lab ONE (pdf.)
5. Read Lab TWO: You can down load a printable version of Lab TWO(pdf.)
6. Read Lab Two a (2a) : Metric Supplement : Lab 2a (pdf)
7. Read Lab Two b (2b) : Microscope :Lab 2b (pdf)
The sections are both capped at
28. Because we offered a summer section of Bio48 and we
currently offering a night section, the afternoon section has
plenty of space to accommodate student adds. If you
would like to add, please come to the afternoon lab starting
at 12:50 in SM52. Please be sure to also attend the
morning lecture. I will be adding to each section up to
30 students. Students will be added strictly off of the
waitlist first and then students if they are present the first
do the first week:
1. Down load the Syllabus Quiz ; Due Thursday Feb 8th 2. Down load the Lecture Handout; Look in the lecture outline page (link above) , begin answering the study questions.
3. Complete the Student information / time management worksheet (Due Feb 8th) handed out in class
3. Complete the Chemistry Work sheet ; in lab manual appendix
4. Complete the Metric Supplement: In lab manual (Lab 2a (pdf))or you can down load by clicking the link
Books: Several options are available to
Bookstore : West Valley Campus Bookstore: You can
Purchase all of the books listed in the syllabus directly from
the bookstore located on West Valley campus. The
bookstore also provides an online service (http://westvalley.bkstore.com/)
so that you can reserve books & pick them up later or make
arrangements for home delivery. Unfortunately the
laboratory manual can only be ordered from the campus
bookstore. It should be available one week before
Lab Manual : BIOLOGY 48 -
Human Physiology Course Manual, WEST VALLEY
2. Online Ordering : For
ordering all materials except the laboratory manual.
Since the prices of texts books is definitely a concern you
may want to look into purchasing textbooks from a less
expensive internet vendor. The only concern is how long
it will take to deliver the text. If you choose to order
from an internet site and your text does not arrive when
classes start you can keep up with the required reading by
using the text on reserve in the library.
3. WVC Library (Reserve Desk) : The Library's reserve desk will have one copy of the current text book which can be checked out for 2 hour blocks of time. Do not wait until the last minute to do your reading since others may also be relying on the reserve text for their reading. The library is open M - Th 8:00am - 7:30pm , F 8:00 - 12 noon, S noon - 4:00 (408) 741-2028
PURCHASE LAB MANUAL BEFORE SECOND LAB (or download lab two
1. Free tutoring is available in the tutorial services at WVC. Visit their web page to learn more.
2. If you would like to tutor Anatomy with tutorial services, please come see me.
Lab Data Acquisition Program: ADinstruments (LabChart)
This semester you will be using a data acquisition system to collect and analyze lab data on the classroom Macbooks. You will be able to save your data for further analysis by copying the data onto a USB flash drive (you must provide) during lab and taking the data home to reveiw on your computer. You must be sure to save your data in both Mac and PC formats (from the drop down menu in the save dialog box).
You will need to download the FREE LabChart Reader software onto your computer available from ADinstruments:
Click on the link above navigate to the ADInstrument web site, down load either the MAC or PC(windows) versions. To find out if your computer is able to use LabChart Reader, visit the ADInstruments Software system requirements page.
Remember to bring a USB flash drive to class if you want to take your data home and analyze it further.
Downloadable instructions (pdf) for saving data on the classroom computers
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