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Biology Summer 2017
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.
eventMeets from: 6/5/2017 to 7/30/2017
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Open Seats: NoneMTWTh (Lec)
MTWTh (Lab)
9:00AM - 10:25
10:30AM - 1:25
roomSCI 228 personE. IninnssubjectDetails
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Open Seats: NoneMTWTh (Lec)
MTWTh (Lab)
4:00PM - 5:25
5:30PM - 8:25
roomSCI 228 personM. OusubjectDetails
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BIO 20 - INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY
Units: 4
An integrated study of the basic principles of biology, with emphasis on the principles of structure and function, genetics, development, evolution and ecology. Field trips will supplement laboratory work.
eventMeets from: 5/30/2017 to 7/9/2017
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Open Seats: NoneMTWTh (Lec)
MTWTh (Lab)
9:00AM - 11:05
11:10AM - 1:15
roomSCI 223 roomSCI 224 personS. TehsubjectDetails
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eventMeets from: 5/30/2017 to 7/11/2017
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Open Seats: NoneMTWTh (Lec)
MTWTh (Lab)
12:00PM - 1:50
2:00PM - 4:05
roomSCI 223 roomSCI 224 personS. ReynoldssubjectDetails
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eventMeets from: 5/30/2017 to 7/11/2017
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Open Seats: NoneMTWTh (Lec)
MTWTh (Lab)
7:00AM - 8:50
9:00AM - 10:50
roomSCI 223 roomSCI 224 personA. SirulniksubjectDetails
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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.
eventMeets from: 5/30/2017 to 7/11/2017
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Open Seats: None TWTh11:00AM - 1:35roomSCI 211 personM. OusubjectDetails
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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.
eventMeets from: 5/30/2017 to 7/11/2017
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Open Seats: None TWTh12:00PM - 2:25roomSCI 225 personA. SirulniksubjectDetails
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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.
eventMeets from: 5/30/2017 to 7/9/2017
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Open Seats: NoneMTW2:00PM - 4:50roomSCI 223 personS. TehsubjectDetails
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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.
eventMeets from: 6/26/2017 to 7/23/2017
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Open Seats: NoneTBA BRAZIL (Off Campus)personB. Passarelli
personM. Pires
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descriptionOpen to students in the study abroad program to southeastern Brazil. Must enroll in Coastal Field Study Bio 230 (#11635) Bio 49 Research in Biology (#11665) and Bio 234, Extended Island Field Studies (# 11660). Approximately 50 hours of lab time will be completed in Brazil. Approximately 8 hours of lecture time will be completed over the internet upon return from Brazil. For additional information, please contact Dr. Marcel Pires or Professor Bruno Passarelli or go to http://saddleback.edu/study-abroad/brazil