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1 School of Pure and Applied Sciences PROFESSOR: Dr. Robert L. Furler PHONE NUMBER: OFFICE LOCATION: H-240, Lab AA-161A OFFICE HOURS: M: 10:00AM-11:50AM T: 10:35AM-1:20PM W: 10:00AM-11:50PM, 1:30-2:20PM R: 10:35AM-1:20PM F: By appointment only SEMESTER: Fall 2014 I. COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE, CATALOG DESCRIPTION, CREDITS: PCB 3063C GENETICS (3 CREDITS) This combined lecture/lab course examines fundamental properties of both prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms. It is designed to meet the requirements for upper division majors in biology, secondary education, or other pre-professional programs. The course addresses and integrates the basic concepts associated with the nature, organization, transmission, expression, recombination, and function of genetic materials. Consideration will also be given to population genetics, evolution, and modern advances in DNA technology. II. PREREQUISITES FOR THIS COURSE: BSC 1010/1010L and BSC 1011/1011L and CHM 2045/2045L all with a grade of C or higher; Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of C or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean. CO-REQUISITES FOR THIS COURSE: None III. GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION: Topic Outline. DNA Structure and Replication in Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells RNA Transcription and Translation in Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells Mutations Gene Expression Cell Cycle, Mitosis, Meiosis Mendelian Genetics VPAA: Revised 9/20/2011 Page 1

2 Chromosome Mapping Extranuclear Genetics Quantitative Genetics Population Genetics IV. LEARNING OUTCOMES AND ASSESSMENT: GENERAL EDUCATION COMPETENCIES: General education courses must meet at least four out of the five following outcomes. All other courses will meet one or more of these outcomes. Communication (COM): To communicate effectively using standard English (written or oral). Critical Thinking (CT): To demonstrate skills necessary for analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. Technology/Information Management (TIM): To demonstrate the skills and use the technology necessary to collect, verify, document, and organize information from a variety of sources. Global Socio-cultural Responsibility (GSR): To identify, describe, and apply responsibilities, core civic beliefs, and values present in a diverse society. Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning (QR): To identify and apply mathematical and scientific principles and methods. ADDITIONAL COURSE COMPETENCIES: At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to demonstrate the following additional competencies: LEARNING OUTCOMES ASSESSMENTS GENERAL EDUCATION COMPETENCIES Compare and contrast genetic concepts using modern genetic terminology. Critically discuss the organization, transmission, and variations of genetic material in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Compare and contrast the similarities and differences between modern molecular biology and classical genetics. Analyze, evaluate, interpret and map authentic genetic data. Successfully complete one or more of the following: exams; quizzes; writing assignments; debates; oral, written, or electronic presentations; discussion forums; or data interpretation and analysis exercises. Successfully complete one or more of the following: exams; quizzes; writing assignments; oral, written, or electronic presentations; discussion forums; or data interpretation and analysis exercises. Successfully complete one or more of the following: exams; quizzes; TIM, COM, CT, QR VPAA: Revised 9/20/2011 Page 2

3 writing assignments; debates; case studies; oral, written, or electronic presentations; discussion forums; collaborative problem solving exercises; or data interpretation and analysis exercises. Compare and contrast cell cycles of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells and associated controls. Solve genetic problems and apply appropriate statistical analyses. Critically discuss the importance of modern genetics as it relates to medicine, agriculture, industry, and society. Appraise the role of genetics with population changes and evolution. V. DISTRICT-WIDE POLICIES: PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES Florida SouthWestern State College, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and the College s guiding principles, offers students with documented disabilities programs to equalize access to the educational process. Students needing to request an accommodation in this class due to a disability, or who suspect that their academic performance is affected by a disability should contact the Office of Adaptive Services at the nearest campus. The office locations and telephone numbers for the Office of Adaptive Services at each campus can be found at VI. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE STUDENTS: The room used for this class is a combined lecture and lab space. Food, drinks and tobacco products are not allowed in the teaching room. No open-toed shoes will be allowed during the lab. You will be asked to leave and will not be given laboratory points if you do not have the proper footwear. PLEASE wash your hands before leaving the room. Cell phones and other electronics are NOT allowed in class. Please turn off or silence your phones or other devices and store them in your bag for the duration of the class. Assignments will include worksheets, quizzes, lab reports, a paper, and a presentation. Quizzes may be announced or unannounced and tend to contain questions that demonstrate basic familiarity with concepts. Assignments are given to reinforce lecture material and must be turned in on their due date for credit. You will need access to the internet to complete some of the assignments and to access the course webpage. It is recommended that you bring printed copies of posted lecture notes to assist with note taking. Preparation includes reading the chapter indicated on the schedule prior to class. Read the chapter once, even if you don t understand everything the first time through. Active reading is essential for your ability VPAA: Revised 9/20/2011 Page 3

4 to participate in class activities and success on quizzes/assignments. As you read, write down vocabulary, outline information and take notes. Read the chapter again after lecture discussions. You must follow the Student Code of Conduct. Cheating or plagiarism of any kind will NOT be tolerated. If you unsure what plagiarism constitutes go to the following link: Any student caught cheating on any assignment will receive a zero (0). Subsequent dishonesty will be reported for further college action. If you are having problems in class you can get help. Start by talking to your professor during scheduled office hours (see Section XII below) or by appointment. In addition, there are many types of help available, including tutoring (contact David Downing in Q-224, at or academic success services ( arranging for a group study session and alternate textbooks that you can borrow. It is important that YOU take responsibility for getting help EARLY, rather than waiting. VII. ATTENDANCE POLICY: Students are required to attend all classes, arrive on time and remain until class is dismissed. Attendance and tardiness will be factored into your grade at the end of the semester if you are on the cusp of a letter grade. In the case of absence due to emergency (i.e. illness, death in the family, accident), it is the student s responsibility to confer with the instructor about the absence and missed course work. This discussion needs to occur prior to the class that will be missed. Contacting the instructor and providing a valid excuse is necessary to constitute an excused absence. No labs can be made up. In the event of an unexcused absence the student will not be eligible to complete assignments related to that missed class and will receive a grade of zero (0) on all relevant material. Students absent from an announced test or examination, if authorized, may be given an equivalent examination at a later date at the discretion of the instructor. VIII. GRADING POLICY: The course grades compose of: 80% Exams & Class Assignments -4 Lecture Exams (100 points each) -1 Cumulative Final Exam (200 points) -Class Assignments (10 points each) 10% Online Homework -MasteringGenetics Homework. 10% Lab Reports, Attendance, & Participation -Lab reports will be 10 points each and will only be given if the student is present and participating in the lab. *Other homework assignments may be given throughout the semester. The student s attendance and class participation will be used to determine the letter grade for students at the cusp of a VPAA: Revised 9/20/2011 Page 4

5 letter change = A = B = C = D Below 60 = F IX. REQUIRED COURSE MATERIALS: William S. Klug, Michael R. Cummings, Charlotte A. Spencer, and Michael A. Palladino. (2012). Concepts of Genetics (Plus MasteringGenetics with etext Access Card Package, 10/E). San Francisco, California 94111: Benjamin Cummings. ISBN# All students must have online access to MasteringGenetics within the first week of class (login instructions under section XII). Lab handouts will be available on Canvas. Please print out the correct lab prior to class according to the schedule. X. RESERVED MATERIALS FOR THE COURSE: A copy of the textbook is on reserve at the on-campus library. XI. CLASS SCHEDULE: Meeting Times: Section 101 Wednesdays 2:30pm-5:00pm in H-104 Note: This class schedule is subject to change at the discretion of the instructor. VPAA: Revised 9/20/2011 Page 5

6 DATE TOPIC CHAPTER 7-Jan Introduction to Genetics 1 DNA & Protein Structure Jan DNA Organization in Chromosomes 12 Easy DNA Isolation 21-Jan EXAM 1 Video Assignment 28-Jan The Genetic Code & Transcription 13 Translation & Proteins 14 4-Feb Computer Lab Bioinformatics 11-Feb Regulation of Gene Expression in Prokaryotes 16 Regulation of Gene Expression in Eukaryotes Feb Special Topics: Epigenetics pp Special Topics: Stem Cells pp Feb EXAM2 Video Assignment 4-Mar SPRING BREAK-NO CLASS 11-Mar Mitosis & Meiosis 2 DNA Replication & Recombination Mar Gene Mutation, DNA Repair, & Transposition 15 Chromosome Mutations 8 25-Mar EXAM3 Video Assignment 1-Apr Mendelian Genetics 3 Extensions of Mendelian Genetics 4 8-Apr Population & Evolutionary Genetics 25 Cancer & Regulation of the Cell Cycle Apr EXAM 4 Recombinant DNA Technology Apr Applications & Ethics of Genetic Engineering 22 Special Topics: DNA Forensics pp Apr FINAL EXAM 2:30pm-4:20pm XII. ANY OTHER INFORMATION OR CLASS PROCEDURES OR POLICIES: Weather Emergencies: In the event of a weather emergency (tropical storm, hurricane, flooding) students should call to determine if class has been canceled. Disclaimer: The instructor reserves the right to modify the course content and/or the evaluation (testing) procedures as deemed necessary. VPAA: Revised 9/20/2011 Page 6

7 Canvas: All course dialogue will be through Canvas. Lecture materials, videos, supplemental information will be posted on Canvas You are required to check your messages on Canvas daily. MasteringGenetics Online Homework: All grades will be posted on this website and is required for this course. Instructor Code: MGENFURLER Go to 2. Select Student under Register 3. Enter the Course ID (provided above) and click Continue 4. If you have ever used a Pearson website (for example, MyITLab, Mastering, MyMathLab, MyPsychLab), enter your Pearson account username and password and Sign In. OR If you have never used a Pearson product before, select Create. Be sure to write down your new Pearson username and password in a convenient spot. 5. Choose an available option to access your instructor s online course. a. Use an Access Code that came with your text or that you purchased separately from the bookstore, b. Buy access using a credit card or PayPal, VPAA: Revised 9/20/2011 Page 7

8 Click Go To Your Course from the confirmation page. Then in the left panel under MyLab/Mastering New Design, click the course name to start your work. VPAA: Revised 9/20/2011 Page 8

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