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General Biology 1005 Laboratory Schedule BCC Central Campus Fall Session 2 2011

All required readings should be completed before coming to the lab. Lab coats, closed toe shoes and eye protection are required for all laboratories.

|Dates |Days |Lab # |Lab Title |Required Pre Lab Reading |
| | | | |Hoefnagels |
| | | | |(1st Edition) |
|8/22-23 |M-T |1 |Introduction: Safety and Scientific Method |Pages 11-16 |
|8/25-25 |W-Th |2 |Forensic Microscopy |Pages 50-53 |
|8/29-30 |M-T |3 |Cell Chemistry I: Amino Acids, Water and pH |Pages 29-34, 37-40 |
|8/31-9/1 |W-Th |4 |Cell Chemistry II: Carbohydrates and Lipids |Pages 33-37 |
|9/5-6 |M-T | |LABS CLOSED | |
| | | |LABOR DAY | |
|9/7-8 |W-Th |5 |Enzymes |Pages 87-89 |
|9/12-13 |M-T |6 |The Cell Membrane |Pages 54-57, 89-95 |
|9/14-15 |W-Th |7…...

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