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molecules structure and cells
40% test, 60% exam
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biomolecules: carbohydrate, lipids, proteins and nucleic acids
4 quizzes (40%), and one final exam (60%)
some basic stuff that you need to use in biology major
40% Quizes, 60% Final
basic cell bio, basic biochem, basic biotech
40%quizzes 60% exam
This is the prerequisite course if you're doing a major in biochemistry or biological sciences.
There are four modules in this course, and there's a quiz at the end of each module, which is 10%. The remaining 60% is the final exam.
Mostly DSE biology
4 tests + Exam
intro bio course
MC TEST + EXAM
revise the slide
50% mid term
Compulsory course for bio-related majors, not suggested for students who had not taken biology in secondary school as it is not really a foundation course and could be quite tough for students with unclear concepts. Basic knowledge of chemistry is also required because there are components related to biochemistry.
4 in-class tests
4 modules teaching basic biology stuff
40% quiz, 60% exam
4個 test and 1 exam all mcq
Basic cell biology
Test and Exam
good foundation course
Nice course with background of cell biology and biotechnology
The structures, importance four basic biochemical molecules
Introductory compulsory course
high school biology
Organic molecules, generics, biotechnilogy
An issue-based approach will be adopted to enable students to integrate basic concepts in molecules and cells and to inspire further investigation through the exploration of contemporary biological issues. The course is divided into 4 parts and the following is a list of some of the questions to be asked and discussed:
Genes and inheritance: How do children resemble their parents? What is the central dogma of biology? What are the rules of genetic inheritance? What determines gender and sexuality? Why is that children resemble, but not identical to, their parents? What happen if some genes are non-functional or mutated?
Metabolism and Health: How are diets related to good health? Do all humans have the same dietary requirements? Why can't we live without plants?
Cells and cell division: What are the common features in a cell? How do cells communicate and assemble themselves to form tissues and organs? What is a cell cycle and how it is regulated? What happens if cell-cycle control system goes wrong? How newly formed cells commit themselves for differentiation?
Genetic engineering and modern biology: To what extent can genes be modified? Is gene therapy the future of medicines? Is genetically modified food safe for consumption? What are the Genome Projects and why have they been important?
test 40%, exam60%
Fundamental to bio major
- understand the relationships between genes in a genome and the inherited phenotypes expressed in a living organism
- learn the underlying principle on how mutation of a gene can lead to the development of a genetic disease
- understand the importance of dietary intake of biomolecules in relationship to good health
- describe various stages in a cell division and that disturbance of this process may result in cancer development
- describe concepts used in genetic engineering
- know some applications of genetic engineering in gene therapy and production of genetically modified food
40% Test (MCQ / True, False, Not Given), 60% Exam (MCQ)
The course is divided into four modules: biomolecules, cell biology, genetics and biotechnology
Four quizzes (one for each module) and final exam.
All in multiple-choice format.
I guess, amino acid structures... Loads of them.
No bring home work but 4 quizzes and one exam with 60 MCs.
the course outline is quite simple.
only have mid term quiz and exam. each quiz is 10% and 4 quizzes in total.
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