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Fall 2012 Video Podcasting

 

BIO-1 Fundamental Biological Concept - Professor Ann Wright

An introduction to the study of the structure and function of
living systems with an emphasis on the molecular and
cellular levels of organization and the roles of DNA, genetics and
evolution as the unifying concepts of biology. Recommended for biology,
pre-medical, pre-dental and pre-veterinary majors.
[CSU; UC; CSU-GE, AREA B2, B3; IGETC, AREA 5]

 

BIO-6 Introductory Physiology - Professor Ann Wright
An introduction to the study of the structure and function
of human systems with an emphasis on the
contribution of cellular and tissue structure and
function to homeostasis. Recommended for health-related certificate
programs, registered nursing, biology, physical education,
pre-med, pre-dental and pre-veterinary majors.
[CSU; UC; CSU-GE, AREA B2; IGETC, AREA 5]

 

 

 

BIO-11 INTRODUCTORY HUMAN ANATOMY

AND PHYSIOLOGY (G) -Professor Alex Edens

An introduction to the biology of the human being. The

structure and function of the organ systems of the human

body, and their contributions to homeostasis will be

emphasized in lecture and laboratory.

[CSU; CSU-GE, AREA B2, B3; IGETC, AREA 5]

 

BIO-27 Principles of Microbiology - Professor Ann Wright

A general introduction to the study ofbacteria, viruses, fungi,
algae and protozoa, with majoremphasis on the study of bacteria.
Aspects of microbiology important in health, sanitation, food processing
and biotechnologyare emphasized in lecture and laboratory. This course is designed
for students majoring in biological sciences, nursing, and otherhealth science majors.
[CSU, UC; CSU-GE, AREA B2, B3; IGETC, AREA 5]

 



CHEM-1A General Chemistry - Professor Lawrence Yee
Basic principles of chemistry: atomic structure, periodic relationships,
chemical nomenclature, chemical equations, solutions, stoichiometry, chemical energetics,
gas laws, states of matter, acid-base theory, chemical equilibrium, chemical bonding and molecular structure.
[CSU; UC; CSU-GE, AREA B1, B3; IGETC, AREA 5]


 

CHEM-12A Organic Chemistry - Professor Lawrence Yee
First course of a two-course organic chemistry series. Intended for students
whose major requires a full year of organic chemistry (chemistry, chemistry engineer,
pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-veterinary, pre-pharmacology, or biology majors).
Contents include: a survey of the structures, nomenclature, properties, and reactivity of
various functional groups; mechanistic pathways; stereochemistry; spectroscopy;
synthesis; biologically important molecules.
[CSU; UC; CSU-GE, AREA B1, B3; IGETC, AREA 5]