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Biology Fall 2014

BIO 3A - GENERAL BIOLOGY I
Units: 5Material Fee: $10lockPrerequisite: CHEM 1A
Presents the principles of life and life processes with an emphasis on cellular chemistry, cellular structure, cellular energetics, evolution, molecular biology, genetics, and ecology of living organisms. Field trips may be required to fulfill the objectives of the course.
eventFull term: 8/18/2014 to 12/20/2014

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12:00PM - 1:20
8:30AM - 11:20

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location_onSM 244

personS. TEH

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descriptionTicket #13330 is a large lecture.

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12:00PM - 1:20
2:30PM - 5:20

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descriptionTicket #13365 is a large lecture.

BIO 3B - GENERAL BIOLOGY II
Units: 5Material Fee: $10lockPrerequisite: BIO 3A
Builds upon BIO 3A with emphasis on the origins of life, plant and animal structure and physiology, evolutionary relationships of taxonomic groups and ecology. Field trips will be required to fulfill the objectives of the course.
eventFull term: 8/18/2014 to 12/20/2014

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12:00PM - 1:20
8:30AM - 11:20

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location_onSM 104
location_onSM 244

personT. HUNTLEY

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descriptionTicket #13370 is a large lecture.

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12:00PM - 1:20
2:30PM - 5:20

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personT. HUNTLEY

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descriptionTicket #13375 is a large lecture.

BIO 15 - GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY
A survey of microorganisms relating to health and disease for biology majors and pre-professionals. Satisfies microbiology requirement of Saddleback's Nursing Program. Before enrolling, please visit http://www.saddleback.edu/faculty/eininns/biology.htm for essential information about this course.
eventFull term: 8/18/2014 to 12/20/2014

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12:00PM - 1:20
8:30AM - 11:20

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location_onBGS 254
location_onSM 203

personA. SIRULNIK

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descriptionTicket #13860 is a large lecture.

M W
 

12:00PM - 1:20
2:00PM - 4:50

None

location_onBGS 254
location_onSM 203

personA. SIRULNIK

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descriptionTicket #13865 is a large lecture.

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5:30PM - 6:50
7:00PM - 9:50

None

location_onSM 203

personS. CRAMPTON

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T Th
 

12:00PM - 1:20
8:30AM - 11:20

None

location_onHS 102
location_onSM 203

personM. FRIEDRICH

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descriptionTicket #13870 is a large lecture.

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12:00PM - 1:20
2:00PM - 4:50

None

location_onHS 102
location_onSM 203

personM. FRIEDRICH

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descriptionTicket #13875 is a large lecture.

BIO 19 - MARINE BIOLOGY
Units: 4Material Fee: $25
A study of the description, distribution and natural history of marine organisms.
eventFull term: 8/18/2014 to 12/20/2014

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10:30AM - 11:50
7:30AM - 10:20

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location_onSM 246
location_onSM 105

personB. PASSARELLI

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BIO 20 - INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY
Units: 4Material Fee: $3
An integrated study of the basic principles of biology, with emphasis on the principles of structure and function, genetics, development, evolution and ecology.
eventFull term: 8/18/2014 to 12/20/2014

M W
M

9:00AM - 10:20
11:00AM - 1:50

None

location_onSM 313
location_onSM 246

personM. PIRES
personS. RAY

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descriptionTicket #14045 is a large lecture.

M W
W

9:00AM - 10:20
11:00AM - 1:50

None

location_onSM 313
location_onSM 246

personM. PIRES
personS. TEH

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descriptionTicket #14050 is a large lecture.

M W
M

2:30PM - 3:50
4:00PM - 6:50

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location_onSM 104
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personA. GERRARD

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descriptionTicket #14060 is a large lecture.

M W
W

2:30PM - 3:50
4:00PM - 6:50

None

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personA. GERRARD

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descriptionTicket #14065 is a large lecture.

M W
M

5:30PM - 6:50
7:00PM - 9:50

None

location_onSM 313
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personR. ROBERSON

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descriptionTicket #14070 is a large lecture.

M W
W

5:30PM - 6:50
7:00PM - 9:50

None

location_onSM 313
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personR. ROBERSON

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descriptionTicket #14075 is a large lecture.

T Th
T

10:30AM - 11:50
12:30PM - 3:20

None

location_onSM 313
location_onSM 246

personR. LASSITER

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descriptionTicket #14090 is a large lecture.

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10:30AM - 11:50
12:30PM - 3:20

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location_onSM 313
location_onSM 246

personR. LASSITER

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descriptionTicket #14095 is a large lecture.

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5:30PM - 6:50
7:00PM - 9:50

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location_onSM 313
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personS. REYNOLDS

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descriptionTicket #14080 is a large lecture.

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5:30PM - 6:50
7:00PM - 9:50

None

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location_onSM 246

personS. REYNOLDS

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descriptionTicket #14085 is a large lecture.

Sa
 

9:00AM - 11:50
12:00PM - 2:50

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location_onSM 204
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personB. TIFFANY

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ONLINE
F


8:30AM - 11:20

None

ONLINE
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personJ. HORLINGS
personC. KLINGBEIL

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ONLINE
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12:00PM - 2:50

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ONLINE
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personJ. HORLINGS
personC. KLINGBEIL

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BIO 22 - HUMAN GENETICS
Focuses on the processes of DNA replication, DNA recombination, gene expression, and mutation in diploid organisms. Includes a survey of human genetics and genetic disorders. Field trips may be required to fulfill the objectives of this course (formerly BIO 41).
eventFull term: 8/18/2014 to 12/20/2014

ONLINE

 

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ONLINE

personJ. CLARK

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BIO 28 - PLANTS AND HUMAN AFFAIRS
Units: 3
An introduction to the importance of plants and fungi, and their products, in the shaping of human affairs and civilization. The history of agriculture, the utilization of plant and fungal products, current environmental and social issues surrounding agriculture, including genetic engineering will be covered.
eventFull term: 8/18/2014 to 12/20/2014

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9:00AM - 10:20

None

location_onSM 104

personA. SIRULNIK

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BIO 30 - HUMAN BIOLOGY
Units: 3
A general introduction to human structure, functions, genetics, evolution, and ecology. The human organism is examined from the basic cellular level and genetics, through organ systems, to interaction with the outside world. Pertinent health topics such as nutrition, exercise and modern medical advances are also discussed.
eventFull term: 8/18/2014 to 12/20/2014

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8:30AM - 9:50

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location_onSM 202

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BIO 40 - EVOLUTION
Units: 3
Emphasis will be on both the theory of evolution and the evidence for evolution. A non-majors course for students with little background in the sciences.
eventFull term: 8/18/2014 to 12/20/2014

ONLINE

 

None

ONLINE

personJ. HORLINGS

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BIO 43 - ANIMAL BEHAVIOR
Units: 3
An analysis of the genetic, chemical, environmental and experimental determinants of behavior. Discussions of gross manifestations and mechanisms of animal behavior will also be included. Field trips may be required to fulfill the objectives of this course.
eventFull term: 8/18/2014 to 12/20/2014

M W

1:30PM - 2:50

None

location_onSM 204

personM. PIRES

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BIO 49 - RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY A
Laboratory and/or field experience for advanced students in the biological sciences. Focuses on experimental design, good laboratory practices, equipment use and care, presentation of results, laboratory safety and bioethics.
eventFull term: 8/18/2014 to 12/20/2014

TBA

 

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location_onSM 244

personM. PIRES

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BIO 104 - FORENSIC BIOLOGY
Units: 4
Introduction to the science of forensics. Course provides a hands-on approach to the analysis of infromation from the crime scene to the crime laboratory. Includes practical lab study designed to reinforce important forensic, scientific and investigative skills. Class will be supported by guest speakers from the field.
eventFull term: 8/18/2014 to 12/20/2014

F
Sa

5:30PM - 8:20
1:00PM - 3:50

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location_onSM 202

personD. FAMALETTE

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BIO 210 - BASICS OF BIOLOGY A
Units: 1.5
Consists of the development of background information, problem solving, and extended discussions of the topics covered in general biology.
eventFull term: 8/18/2014 to 12/20/2014

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1:30PM - 2:20

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location_onBGS 254

personS. TEH

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descriptionMust be concurrently enrolled in BIO 3A, Ticket #13330 or 13365.

BIO 211 - BASICS OF BIOLOGY B
Units: 1.5
Consists of the development of background information, problem solving, and extended discussions of the topics covered in general biology.
eventFull term: 8/18/2014 to 12/20/2014

M W

1:30PM - 2:20

None

location_onSM 104

personT. HUNTLEY

subjectDETAILS
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descriptionMust be concurrently enrolled in BIO 3B, Ticket #13370 or 13375.