Course Timetable

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2010

Semester 1

  • Teaching Period One-A (T1A) 8 Mar to 23 Apr
  • Mid-semester break 2 Apr to 11 Apr
  • Teaching Period One-B (T1B) 27 Apr to 4 Jun
  • Study Period (T1 only) 5 Jun to 10 Jun

2010 Public Holidays

  • Good Friday Friday 2 April
  • Easter Monday Monday 5 April
  • Anzac Day Monday 26 April
  • Queen's Birthday     Monday 14 June

2009

See also Lectopia 2009 audio recordings

Week Date Lecture 1 Tuesday 1-2 pm Biomed F Lecture 2 Wednesday 10-11am Biomed E Laboratory Thursday 11am - 1pm Wallace Wurth 106/108
1 09 Mar Cell Biology Introduction Cells Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes Introduction to Lab
2 16 Mar Cell Membranes and Compartments Cell Nucleus Microscopy Methods
3 23 Mar Cell Export - Exocytosis Cell Import - Endocytosis Preparation/Fixation
4 30 Mar Cell Mitochondria Cell Junctions Immunochemistry
5 06 Apr Cytoskeleton Introduction Cytoskeleton 1 Intermediate Filaments Cell Knockout Methods

14 Apr Mid-semester break

6 20 Apr Cytoskeleton 2 Microtubules Cytoskeleton 3 Microfilaments Cytoskeleton Exercise
7 27 Apr Extracellular Matrix 1 Extracellular Matrix 2 Confocal Microscopy
8 04 May Cell Cycle Cell Division Group Project work
9 11 May Cell Death 1 Cell Death 2 Tissue Culture 1
10 18 May Signal 1 Signal 2 Tissue Culture 2
11 25 May Stem Cells Stem Cells Gene/Protein Analysis 1
12 01 Jun Development Revision Microarray Lab visit

08 Jun Study Week


12 Jun Examination

ANAT3231 Cell Biology Fri 26 June 8:45 - 12:00 R-DERBY (Derby Room, Randwick Racecourse)


15 Jul Supplementary Examination

ANAT3231 Cell Biology Wed 15th July 9:30 -12:30 in the School of Medical Sciences Wallace Wurth Building Room M102



Internal Links

  • ANAT3231 Cell Biology course homepage.
  • Glossary list of cell biology terms, with brief descriptions and links to relevant course lectures and laboratories.