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[BIOG 1440] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (12 pages long)


Department
Biology: General Courses
Course Code
BIOG 1440
Professor
Nicholas Buchon
Study Guide
Midterm

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Cornell
BIOG 1440
MIDTERM EXAM
STUDY GUIDE

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Lecture 1 || Shelby Dietz
(Wed, January 25)
Several instructors
Send emails to the class email: springbiog1440@cornell.edu
It is a comparative physiology, not primate/human/etc.
Use BB, everything needed is on this site
Course Information (what is being discussed today in more detail)
The text is an eText. Access through BB.
Assignments begin soon (this weekend)
- Will be done through MasteringBiology
- If there’s trouble, instantaccess@cornell.edu
Look at topic summary docs before lectures (under Lecture Materials)
Exploring MasteringBiology site! Some may be redundant, but a lot is useful. It is good for
review.
Pre-class Quizzes
Lectures
You are expected to attend each lecture
Will emphasize the important stuff
Material covered in class that is not covered in the textbook
Slides with only pictures before class, full slides after class
Grades
Two in-class prelims (March 8 and April 19)
Final is actually prelim 3
Exams add up to 70/100
Discussion section is 25
Pre-class quizzes is 5
→ Access via Mastering, 2 will be dropped
→ have to get a score of +50% to get credit
Though no lecture to discuss this week, there will be discussion
Discussion section will meet in the first floor of Stimson Hall
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Max of 20 students per section
Go through guided discussions & analysis of data
Work individually or in groups
Always related to lecture topics
Read the material for this section before class
Show up to section (on time) if you don’t want to lose your spot
Topics:
- Cellular physiology
- Organismal physiology
- Integration and inter-organ communication
- Force and movement
28 lecture times, 26 lectures (because of the prelims)
Things to Do:
1) Get access to eText and Mastering Material (questions go to
instantaccess@cornell.edu)
2) Read Discussion section 1 material
3) Go to your discussion section
4) Complete pre-class quiz (mastering assignment) before Monday’s class
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