Life Sciences 2 Life Sciences 2: Cls, Tisu, and Organ Systems Sumer 07 esion A Instructor: Youssef Ezzedine, Ph.D. 254 Gonda, (310) 60-579 firstname.lastname@example.org Ofice Hours: Mon & Wed 8:0-9:0 am, LS 26 TAs: Ran Khankan (email@example.com) Shery Solima (sksolimhotmail.com) A.J. ELise (jeliseucla.edu) Clas Time: Mon, Wed, & Fri 9:0 -10:5 am, LaKretz 10 Website: htp:/w.lsic.ucla.edu/classes/ t:/lslab.lscore.cl./ Lab Mangemnt: Dr. Gaston Pfuegl. YHS 2340, 413 (firstname.lastname@example.org) LS Administrator: Lily Yanez. LSB 2305, x5614 (email@example.com) Mark Ktayma. LSB 2305, x5614 (firstname.lastname@example.org) Textbok: Purves, Orians, and Helr, Life, The Science of Biolgy, 8 th editon. Sinaer Assocites, Inc.; Sundrland, Frman d c. Th txtbok wil b o reserve i the Powel Libray. Life Sciences 2, Laboratory Manual, 5 th editon. Availabl at ASUCA Bkstore. Grading: Totl poits for this class wil be 50 points: Midterm (7/16) 150 points Lab Experients and quizzes 80 points ectur Assigmets 4 it Atndance and Participation 10 points Fil Exam (8/3) 2 it (20 points fro the lab wil be on the final exam) Total: 50 points Exams: A idter and a final examinations wil be hld on Monday 7/16. The final exam wil be hel on Friy 8/3. Eitis il cover materil from the lctur, rading, and discussi sections. The lcture componet of th final exa is cumltive. Al the exams wil have both multiple choice type questions and short answers type questions. Rquests for egrades st b submitd in writg with detild xplanti ad justifcatin within o wek after the xas have ben rade. Make-up Policy: No make examination wil be given. If you are unable to take an examination due to ilness or thr ergcy, you are rsponsibl for contacting th Lif Scieces Cr Curiculum Ofice (LSB 2305, 310 825-614) efre the xmiation. You ar rquired to have writen verifcation from a physician or parnt regrdig the ilness or emrgncy. Lecture notes: ctr ts are available on the class webpage (w.lsic.ucla.edu/classes). Make sure you downlod the lctur ots befor comin to class. Hving the lcture notes with il facilitat taking tes in class. Discusion Section: Atendace to th wekly discussion/lab sections is an important componet of the course. Assigned pars (rea belw) il e discussed uring ech secti. Wekly assignments prtinig to th pars il b posted on the class webpage th Frida befor th first discussin section meting on Mnay. Assignments must b turne in at he beginig of each cti. Al assimets must be turd in on tim. Late ssignmts wil nt be accepted. The discussion sections wil cocentrate on experiental issues and problm sts tat wil help you derstand the lctur d succed when taking the xas. Soe of the qustions on th xams wil come from the iscussio sectios. Thirty percent f yor fial grade coes fro discussin section, lab, atendance, writen assigmets, and clss prticipation. Lecture aterial and pers wil b prsentd i discussion sectios. Atendance t th discssion d lb sections is mandatory. Tariness ad absences wil ot be tolerate. If you are late or abset fro the iscussio sction you wil ot get participatin points. Asigned Papers: 1- Papr 1 (Assignment due 7/2-7/6) How Cncer rises. Rbert A. Weinberg. Scientifc American, Septmber 196, Vol. 275 Issue 3, p62, 9p Assignment wil postd o th course wbag on Friday 6/9. 2- Paper 2 (Assignment due 7/9-7/13) Building a Braiier Mouse. Joe Z. Tsien. Scintifc American, April 20, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p62, 7p Assignmt wil be postd on the course webpage on Friday 7/. 3- Paper 3 (7/23-7/2) Infectious Diseases and the Imune System. Paul E. Wilim, Scitifc Arica, ptber 193, Vol. 269 Issue 3, p90, 8p Assignment wil be posted on the course wpag on Friday 7/0/7. 4- Paper 4 (7/30-8/3) Cystic Fibrosi. Michael J. Welh and Alan E. Smith. Scientifc American, Decmber 195, Vol. 273 Issu 9, p52, 8p Assignment wil be posted on the course webpage on Friday 7/2. Instructions to dwnload paers: These itructins il rk from on-campus computers only or n computers that has Bruin On Line Proxy Server Set Up. Go t htp:/w2.libray.ucla.du Place mouse cursor on Serch n Find Move se rr t E-rsources Click on E-Journals On the Sarch for e-journals tiles, type Scientifc American ad hit entr From t right sid m, selct v.268 (193) Scientifc American Archive, Restricted to UC capuses Type in the tile of the dsired article in the find box UCLA Student Conduct Code 102.1: camic Itegrity Al forms of cadeic misconduct, including, but not limited to, cheating, fabrication, plagirism, ultipl subissios or facilitati acadeic isconut. For the puroses of the UCLA Code, the folwing definitons aply: 102.1a: Cheating Cheting includs, but is not limited to, the use of unauthorized materials, information, or study ais in any acadeic xercise; or the filre t obsrve the xpressed prceres or istructions of an acdemic exercise (.g., exaination istructions regarding alternate seatig r coversation during an examination). 102.1b: Fabrication Fabrication icludes, but is not limited to, falsification r invention f any information r cittion i a camic exercise. 102.1c: Plagirism Plagirism includes, but is not limited to, the use of another's words or ideas s if they wer one's own, incldig, but not limitd to, reprseting, either with t intet to dceive r by the omission f the true source, art of r a ntir ork producd by someone other tan the student, obtaind by purchse or therwise, as the stent's origial wrk r prsentig th idetifle t alterd ias, dat, or writng of aothr person s if those ideas, dat, or writng wr th stuent's originl rk. 102.1d: Multiple Submissions Multiple submissions includes, but is not limited to, the rsubmission by a student of any work which has be prviosly subited for crdit in identical r similr form i e course to fulfil th requiremnts of a secon course, without the inford permissin/consent of th instructor f the d cor; or te sbissi by a studnt of ay work submited for credit in idntical or similar frm in o course to fulfil the requiremnts f a concurnt course, withut the perissi/nnt f the instructors of both courses. 102.1e: Facilitating Academic Dishonesty Facilitating cdemic ishonesty icluds, but is not limited to, knowingly helping nother student coit a act of acaemic iscoduct (.g., cheati, fabricatio, plagirism, mltiple submissions). 102.: Other Forms of Dishonesty Other forms f dishnesty, icluding, but not limited to, fabricating information or knowingly furnishing false informatio r eprtig a flse emrgency to the Uiversity. Discusion/Lab Schedule: Wek 1: 6/25-6/29 Lab 1: Scientifc Methodlogy Exploring scitifc mt lies, Memory Interfrence Test Discussion 1 Wek 2: 7/2-7/6 Lab 2: Photsynthesis Spectrptmtry and chromatography of photsynthetic organisms (Lecture assignent 1 due) Wek 3: 7/9-7/13 Metabolism Rspirtin i Goldfish Discussio 2 (Lecture assignment 2 due) Wek 4: 7/16-7/20 Lab 4: Rat Dissection Focusing on structre ad functions of rgan systems Wek 5: 7/23-7/2 Lab 5: Histolgy Microscopy and charcterization f tissues Discussion 3 (Lectur ssignmet 3 d) Wek 6: 7/30-8/3 Discussion 4 & 5 (Lecture assignent 4 due) Reviw for Final Exam Wek Lab Activity Asignment Points Due 1 1 Scientifc Method Group lab report 10 Wek 2 Quiz 5 2 2 Photsynthesi Group lab report 1 Wek 3 Quiz 4 In Clas 3 3 Metabolism Indiviual b report 18 Wek 4 Quiz 4 In Clas 4 4 Rat Disection In Clas Asignment 8 In Clas 5 5 Histolgy I ls si t 16 I ls Lab questions for final 20 Total 1 Lecture Schedule: Wek 1: 6/25 Introduction Bilgical Mlecules Chapters 2 & 3 6/27 Cel Structre: Prokaryotes & Eukaryotes Chapter 4 lular Mmbranes tr 5 6/29 Introduction to Enzymes & Energtics Chapter 6 Hw Cels Prduce Enrgy tr 7 Wek 2: 7/2 Photsynthesis & Organels Chapter 8 Nervous Systm I tr 4 7/4 Indepndence Day Holiday: Enjoy the Break 7/6 Sensory Systems Chapter 45 Wek 3: 7/9 Nervous System I Chapter 46 Strctres and Higher Functions 7/1 Efectors Chapter 47 4/20 Diferntial Gen Expression Chapter 19 Midtrm (Moday 7/16) Wek 4: 7/16 Midterm 7/18 Anial Development Chapter 43 Structr & Functio f the Imune System tr 18 7/20 Homeostasis & Temperature Regulation Chapter 40 Th Endcrine Syst tr 1 Wek 5: 7/23 The Endocrine System Chapter 41 Digestiv tr 50 7/25 The Digestive System Chapter 50 Rnal yst tr 1 7/2 Gas Exchange & The Rspiratory System Chapter 48 The Cel ycl (Mitosis & Meisis) tr 9 Wek 6: 7/30 The Reproductive System Chapter 42 Circulatry yst tr 9 8/1 The Circulatory System Chapter 49 Rviw fr Final Exa 2 (Friday 8/3) 8/3 Final Exam Dr. Youssef Ezzeddine Microsoft Word - LS 2 Syllabus Sum A 07.doc
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