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UPDATED 3/31/14

CARTERSVILLE CAMPUS (CRN: 20618 & 20619)

Credit Hours:  4

SPRING 2014 Tentative Lecture Schedule

Date
Day
Topic
Chapter
1/13
M
Introduction to the Course
 
1/15
W
Origin of Species
24
1/20
M
Martin Luther King Day (No Class)
 
1/22
W
History of Life on Earth
25
1/27
M
"
 
1/29
W
Snow Day
 
2/3
M
Phylogeny
26
2/5
W
Exam 1 (chapters 24 - 26)
 
2/10
M
Prokaryotes
27
2/12
W
Snow Day
 
2/17
M
Prokaryotes
27
2/19
W
Protists 28
2/24
M
"
28
2/26
W
Fungi
31
3/3
M
Exam 2 (chapters 27, 28, and 31)
 
3/5
W
Seedless Plants
29
3/10
M
Literature Search Due
Seedless Plants/ Seed Plants
 
29/30
3/12
W
Seed Plants
 
3/17
M
Last Day to Withdraw
Exam 3 (chapters 29 and 30)
 
30
3/19
W
Intro to Animal Diversity
32
3/24 & 3/26
M & W
Spring Break (No Class)
 
3/31
M
Invertebrates
33
4/2
W
Invertebrates/ Vertebrates
34
4/7
M
Scavenger Hunt Due
Vertebrates
 
 
4/9
W
Exam 4 (chapters 32 - 34)
 
4/14
M
Nutrition
40
4/16
W
Circulation
41
4/21
M
Respiration
42
4/23
W
Reproductive System
46
4/28
M
Nervous Tissue
48
4/30
W
Animal Behavior 51
5/5
M
Exam 5 (chapters 40 - 42, 46, 48, and 51)
 
5/12
W
Final Exam @ 10:00am
 

NOTE:  This is a tentative lecture schedule!!  The instructor reserves the right to alter this schedule at her discretion.  Any changes in this schedule will be announced to the students as soon as it is possible.

SPRING 2014 Tentative Lab Schedule

Week of
Lab #
Lab Exercise
1/13   Lab Safety and Introduction
1/20   No Labs This Week
1/27 14 Bacteria
2/3 14 Protists
2/10 15 Fungi
2/17 16 Nonvascular and Seedless Vascular Plants
2/24 17 Seed Plants
3/3 18 Organization of Flowering Plants
3/10 22 Introduction to Invertebrates
3/17 23 Invertebrate Coelomates
3/24   No Labs This Week
3/31 24 The Vertebrates
4/7 26 Basic Mammalian Anatomy I
4/14 27 Basic Mammalian Anatomy II
4/21
 
Lab Final

LAB STATEMENT:

"Since this course involves a laboratory component, there are specific safety issues that students need to be aware of (such as use of lab coats and or safety/goggles, or any other such example specifically related to that course).  It is the student's responsibility to be aware of all such issues and act in an extremely cautious manner to avoid any potential causes for accidents in the laboratory.  GHC is not liable for any accident in the lab due to the negligence on the part of any individual."

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