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University of Houston BCHS 3304: General Biochemistry I, Section 07553 Spring 2003 1:00-2:30 PM Mon./Wed. AH 101 Instructor: Glen B. Legge, Ph.D., Cambridge UK Phone: 713-743-8380 Fax: 713-743-2636 E-mail: email@example.com Office hours: Mon. and Wed. (2:30-4:00 PM) or by appointment
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BCHS 3304: General Biochemistry I,Section 07553
Spring 2003 1:00-2:30 PM Mon./Wed. AH 101
Glen B. Legge, Ph.D., Cambridge UK
Mon. and Wed. (2:30-4:00 PM) or by appointment
353 SR2 (Science and Research Building 2)
Molecular mechanisms of cell adhesion, using primarily multi- dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy.
3 Exams and a Comprehensive Final (See Syllabus)
Tentatively, grades will be 15 % As, 20 % Bs, 35 % Cs, 25 % Ds, 5 % Fs
Four Homeworks-to be Handed in!!! I will grade it.
Homework counts 10% of your grade.
Those who do the homework honestly, will earn the better grades.
I encourage group homework and study sections. But each person in a group must pull their own weight, copied answers will be considered dishonest. Copying the homework and not fully participating, cheats yourself.
I can not return homework, so photocopy it for your records.
You will need to know the material! You can not just be familiar with it.
You will need to study about 2-3 hours a day!
This is a PROFESSIONAL COURSE
The lecture notes and solutions to the homework will be on the Web!!
Remember the address is case sensitive.
These notes are not a substitute for class participation. These notes will be (even in an early form) will be posted before the lectures. They are intended to make you pay attention in class, take notes with you. Don’t sit in class and just copy notes!!
I strongly suggest you read the assigned material before the lecture.
NOTE: Cell Biology and Biochemistry Labs will meet the first week of classes.
Cell multi cell, varied and diverse and evolutionary processes lead to diversity but life has many common themes and processes.
Biomolecules have the same bonds, bond lengths, strength, 3D structures and chemical reactivities as inanimate matter!
From 3D structure to antibody interaction, hormone function to replication and reproduction i.e.. from Birth-Death.
Life is defined within the physical laws of Chemistry and Physics
However, the collective behavior of these many molecules and their combined interactions, yield extraordinary properties.