Chris Young, Ph.D.
Office: CO 207
Rebecca Burton, Ph.D.
Office: CO 221
Angela Frey, Ph.D.
Office: CO 225
Carl Ball, Ph.D.
Office: CO 227
Pat Bowne, Ph.D.
Office: CO 203
Textbook: Biology: Science for Life by C.M. Belk and V.M. Borden
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After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:
SC 118 - Integrated Science 2 (4 credits, 3 hrs. lec.,
3 hrs. lab.)
Prereq.: SC 117 or SC 119 -- This course is only for those not taking any future science courses. The student analyzes major concepts, laws and theories of biological sciences and relates them to balances in nature. A strong emphasis is placed on environmental concerns and human biology. The primary focus of the laboratory centers on the design and implementation of an investigative project.
The laboratory must be taken concurrently.
Research Tools for use in finding information for Bioethical responses, focus groups, and environmental projects.
APA Style References
Writing in Biology, a short guide to style and technique
Sample Fish Farm Report
Making Successful Posters
Doing Statistics on Excel
Duckweed Sites (there are many more)
The charms of duckweed, The Lemnaceae, and Lemna minor.
Last update: 9/23/04 by Rebecca Burton, Dept. of Biology, Alverno College