Lecture information

Introductory Biology II, Summer, 2017


Arndt F. Laemmerzahl, instructor

alaemmer@gmu.edu


Contact information, office hours, etc. can be found here.



NOTICES:



Basic information on topics, exams, dates, etc. can be found here: Syllabus (in pdf only).


Lecture notes:

Lecture notes should be up to date. If there is a need to update/change any notes, you will be informed before the relevant lecture.

Notes are provided in pdf (Adobe Acrobat, or, if you don't like Adobe, Foxit (not as bloated as Adobe)).

Notes are organized by topic, not by date. We will follow the order as given below, which varies a little from the syllabus (see the introductory material).


Lecture topic: PDF Comments Updated?
 
Introductory material (see also the syllabus).
IMPORTANT: there are some minor changes from the official syllabus.
pdf Policies, dates, etc. yes
Tissues pdf   yes
Homeostasis pdf   yes
Digestive system pdf   yes
Respiratory system pdf   yes
     Smoking pdf Addendum to respiratory system yes
Circulatory system pdf   yes
Immune system pdf   yes
Excretory & endocrine systems pdf   yes
Reproduction pdf   yes
Nervous system, part I pdf   yes
Nervous system, part II (senses) pdf   yes
Nervous system, part III (motor output) pdf   yes
Nervous system, part IV (integration) pdf   yes
Plant anatomy pdf   yes
Population ecology pdf   yes
Community ecology pdf   yes
Biomes pdf   yes
Conservation biology pdf   yes




Exam information:

Old exams are posted below, both with and without answers.

The answers to new exams will be posted as appropriate. The final will be posted as well.


Exam I, spring 2013:
  • Exam without answers: pdf.
  • Exam with answers: pdf.

Exam I, summer 2017:
  • Answers will be available in pdf.



Exam II, spring 2013:
  • Exam without answers: pdf.
  • Exam with answers: pdf.


Exam II, summer 2017:
  • Answers will be available in pdf.


Final exam, spring 2013
  • Exam without answers: pdf.
  • Exam with answers: pdf.


Final exam, summer 2017:
  • Answers will be available in pdf.






Questions? Please contact me at: alaemmer@gmu.edu