BIOLOGY 172 - Introductory Biology - Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental
Section: 001
Term: FA 2016
Subject: Biology (BIOLOGY)
Department: LSA Biology
Credits:
4
Requirements & Distribution:
BS, NS
Credit Exclusions:
No credit granted to those who have completed or are enrolled in BIOLOGY 162, 163, 174, or 195. Credit is granted for a combined total of 17 credits elected in introductory biology.
Consent:
With permission of instructor.
Advisory Prerequisites:
Prior or concurrent enrollment in CHEM 130.
Other Course Info:
BIOLOGY 171 and 172 can be taken in either order.
BS:
This course counts toward the 60 credits of math/science required for a Bachelor of Science degree.
Repeatability:
May not be repeated for credit.
Primary Instructor:
Instructor:

BIOLOGY 172 is a one-term course in molecular, cellular, and developmental biology that, together with BIOLOGY 171 and 173, collectively forms the introductory biology course sequence.

The aims of BIOLOGY 172 are:

  • to provide factual and conceptual knowledge of how cells, organs, and organisms work; and
  • to develop scientific hypothesis-testing and critical-thinking skills.

Course Requirements:

No data submitted

Intended Audience:

This course is intended for majors in biology, other science programs, or pre-professional studies. Other suitably prepared students wishing detailed coverage of biology are also welcome.

Class Format:

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BIOLOGY 172 - Introductory Biology - Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental
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Note: THE FIRST LECTURE WILL BE HELD WED., SEPT. 7. DISCUSSION SECTIONS BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT. 12. EXAMS WILL BE GIVEN MONDAYS, OCT. 3, OCT. 31, AND NOV. 21.
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Note: LECTURE SECTIONS 002 AND 004 ARE RESERVED FOR HONORS STUDENTS. THE FIRST LECTURE WILL BE HELD WED., SEPT. 7. DISCUSSION SECTIONS BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT. 12. EXAMS WILL BE GIVEN MONDAYS, OCT. 3, OCT. 31, AND NOV. 21. HONORS STUDENTS ENROLL IN DISCUSSION SECTION 200 OR 201.
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Note: THE FIRST LECTURE WILL BE HELD WED., SEPT. 7. DISCUSSION SECTIONS BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT. 12. EXAMS WILL BE GIVEN MONDAYS, OCT. 3, OCT. 31, AND NOV. 21.
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Note: LECTURE SECTIONS 002 AND 004 ARE RESERVED FOR HONORS STUDENTS. THE FIRST LECTURE WILL BE HELD WED., SEPT. 7. DISCUSSION SECTIONS BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT. 12. EXAMS WILL BE GIVEN MONDAYS, OCT. 3, OCT. 31, AND NOV. 21. HONORS STUDENTS ENROLL IN DISCUSSION SECTION 200 OR 201.
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Note: LECTURE SECTION 005 IS RESERVED FOR STUDENTS IN THE CSP PROGRAM. THE FIRST LECTURE WILL BE HELD WED., SEPT. 7. DISCUSSION SECTIONS BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT. 12. EXAMS WILL BE GIVEN MONDAYS, OCT. 3, OCT. 31, AND NOV. 21. CSP STUDENTS ENROLL IN DISCUSSION SECTION 100 OR 101.
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iClicker and access to the ONLINE Launch Pad Portal 2e (2nd edition, includes eText) are required. Launch Pad Portal 2e with eText access can be purchased either ALONE or WITH the hard copy textbook. A hard copy is not required. Students who previously purchased access to LaunchPad 1st ed. may not need to buy it again (call publisher with questions & see announcements late in the summer). To get the specially negotiated 4 year access to Launch Pad Portal 2e, you must either buy your textbook through an Ann Arbor bookstore that cooperates with the UM registrar or buy Launch Pad Portal 2e (includes the eText) using the URL posted on the BIO172 CANVAS site in Sept. Important: Register for LaunchPad using your UM uniqname as your "ID".
ISBN: 9781319100
Biology How Life Works: LPAD ACS 48 M Bio How Life 2e, Author: Morris, James et al,, Publisher: Macmillan 2016
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ISBN: 1319104746
Biology How Life Works-Hard cover + LP2E w/ebook, Author: Morris, James et al., Publisher: Macmillan 2016
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ISBN: 1319100902
Biology How Life Works: LL Biology, How LIfe Workds 2e/Lpad ACS 48 M Bio How Life 2e, Author: Morris, James et al., Publisher: Macmillan 2016
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