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1 Atomic Structure Douglas J. Burks, Ph. D. Department of Biology Wilmington College of Ohio

2 Class Agenda Welcome to class Resources that will help you be successful Expectations Overview of course Syllabus and web page Describe structure of atom

3 Welcome On the index card provided Name Douglas Burks Home townCincinnati address Pyle Box #1193 Goal for this classTo help each student to start to.think like a biologist. To enable.each student to discover cell biology

4 Resources Human Resources –Me Kettering 208; campus phone: ; ext 237; –Other students in the class –SI tutor –Academic Resource Center Robinson Hall –Library

5 Resources Materials –Textbook ( a necessary source) A copy is on reserve in library –Class Web Page Syllabus Class notes Learning materials

6 Expectations You must take ownership for how you do academically. You are responsible for learning and success in this course. –Demand of yourself that you do your best in this class –Spend at least 12 hours a week on this class –Read materials before assigned due time There will be a weekly quiz on readings –Complete all assignments and turn them in on time –Find and ask for help when needed

7 Overview and Syllabus Learning outcomes (goals) for this course –To develop a professional world view (think like a scientist) Ask questions Develop hypotheses Design experiments Find answers in observations of physical world and by analyzing observations Make predictions that are testable –Understand basic biochemistry Bonding Biological molecules Enzymes

8 Overview and Syllabus –Understand basic cellular biology Structure and organization of eukaryotic cells Cellular functions –Metabolism –Regulation –Reproduction –Membrane structure and function –Understand basic genetics and molecular biology DNA Genetic code Transcription and translation

9 Overview and Syllabus –Read and analyze primary literature –Scientific writing

10 Atomic Structue –Working in groups of 3 –On Paper provided draw and describe the structure of an atom Include protons, neutrons and electrons in model Describe a written description of each subatomic particle and how the three particles fits each other to make an atom


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