Labs held in von Haast building Room 137. Lab sessions start the week of Monday 8 March 2010.
Afternoon labs start 2:10pm; Night labs start 6:10pm.
It is compulsory to wear a lab coat in the laboratory and these can be purchased at the beginning of the year.
To obtain lab coats and safety glasses, please prepay at the Library Copy Centre and then exchange your receipt for goods from Room 144 Chemistry Building 9-10am and 2-3pm.
Lab streams V, W and X will only run if numbers warrant.
Course Coordinator / Lecturer
and Juliet Gerrard
Campbell, Neil A. , Reece, Jane B;
Pearson Benjamin Cummings, 2008.
Taylor, Martha R. , Campbell, Neil A., Reece, Jane B;
Student study guide for Biology [by] Campbell, Reece;
Pearson/Benjamin Cummings, 2008.
Purchase of a new textbook provides you with a password for Campbell Biology. This web site is designed for users of the textbook and includes self-assessment reviews, interactive learning activities, chapter specific web links and much more.
You will need to purchase a laboratory manual. It is compulsory to wear a lab coat.
If a laboratory is missed, arrangements should be made to make up the work at a later date. This could involve:
(a) Attending another lab. stream later in the week after informing your laboratory supervisor (this is by far the best course of action).
(b) Consulting with the lab. supervisor to obtain data for the missed lab.
If a laboratory assessment due date is missed due to illness, injury, personal bereavement or other critical personal circumstances, and the work can be made up by obtaining an extension, a written explanation from an appropriate person (e.g., medical doctor, counsellor, minister, priest) should be given to the lab. supervisor to obtain an extension. If those critical circumstances mean you cannot make up the work, missed the test or final exam, or you consider you have been impaired, you should apply for aegrotat consideration for the piece of assessment.