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Biology
Course
BIOL 1001
Professor
All Professors
Semester
Winter

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BIOL 1010 LOs [Cell, molecular biology, genetics] General objectives for the course: Upon successful completion of BIOL 1010 6.0, students will be able to:  Explain selection and its role in evolution.  Explain, in basic terms, how evolution shapes life on Earth.  Describe the cell theory in biology, and relate this theory to other biological concepts.  Use biological terminology with correct scientific meaning and appropriate context.  Assess information (and data) in the media using scientific reasoning.  Use the process of scientific inquiry to make effective decisions/arguments about real-world issues that have a biological component.  Provide examples of how scientific knowledge is iterative and cumulative.  Observe our planet from a scientifically informed perspective. Topic LOs Cells: Cell theory & cells; Eukarya, Bacteria and Archaea: • Describe the cell theory. [Knowledge, Comprehension] • Relate the cell theory to the theory of evolution. [Comprehension, Analysis] • Define DNA, RNA, protein, metabolism, anabolism and catabolism. [Knowledge] • Describe the "information system" of the cell, including the roles of DNA and RNA in this system. [Knowledge, Comprehension] • Describe the structure of DNA, using the appropriate terminology for components and characteristics of this molecule. [Knowledge, Comprehension] • Describe, at a general level, metabolism.[Comprehension] • Describe how oxidation-reduction reactions are important in cells, providing an example. [Comprehension] • Provide an overview of photosynthesis and cellular respiration. [Comprehension] • Explain, at a general level, the role of ATP in metabolism. [Comprehension] • Describe the basic structure of all biological membranes. [Comprehension] • List the common components and characteristics of all cells. [Knowledge] • Define organelle, nucleus, rough endoplasmic reticulum, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, endosymbiosis, motor protein, cytoskeleton. [Knowledge] • Describe the structure and functions of organelles (including the nucleus and other elements of the endomembrane system; lysosomes; mitochondria; chloroplasts) in eukaryotic cells. [Knowledge, Comprehension] • Compare and contrast the features of plant and animal cells. [Comprehension, Analysis] • Explain the relationship (and connections) between the plasma membrane,
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