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BIOLOGY 101-Introduction to Biology Spring 2003

Summary: BIOLOGY 101- Introduction to Biology
Spring 2003
Meeting: Parks Hall 146; MWF 9:00-9:50.
Instructor: Alejandro Acevedo.
Office Hours: MF 11:00-12:00; T 9:00-10:00, 14:00-15:00; W 10:00-11:00.
Contact: Biology 309, 650-3653, acevedo@biol.wwu.edu
Website: http://fire.biol.wwu.edu/acevedo/BIOL101/index.html
Course Description
This course is a broad survey of biology with special emphasis on its relevance in our everyday lives
(Topics in the Class Schedule). This course is primarily designed to serve non-science majors but may
also serve as a prerequisite for other science courses. I invite and encourage you to participate in the
lectures by asking questions and providing examples from your own experiences. Please also feel
welcome to provide me with feedback about the course as it progresses.
Textbook and Ancillaries
Cain, M.L., Damman, H., Lue, R.A., and Yoon, C.K. 2002. Discover Biology, 2nd
Ed. Sinauer Associates,
Inc. Sunderland, MA. You can use copies of the first edition.
Biology 101 Laboratory Manual. Needed for laboratory portion of the course, sold in the bookstore.
Lecture supplement. These are sketches summarizing the lectures, you can view them and print them in
the course web site. I plan to have them available at least the day before class.


Source: Acevedo, Alejandro - Department of Biology, Western Washington University


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