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== 2009 ==
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See also [[2009_lectopia | Lectopia 2009 audio recordings]]
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|  valign="top" class="td1" | <b>Week</b>
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | <b>Date</b>
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | <b>Lecture 1 Tuesday 1-2 pm Biomed F</b>
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|  valign="top" class="td4" | <b>Lecture 2 Wednesday 10-11am Biomed E</b>
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|  valign="top" class="td5" | <b>Laboratory Thursday 11am - 1pm Wallace Wurth 106/108</b>
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|  valign="top" class="td1" | 1
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | 09 Mar
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | [[2009 Lecture 1|Cell Biology Introduction]]
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|  valign="top" class="td4" | [[2009 Lecture 2|Cells Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes]]
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|  valign="top" class="td5" | [[2009_Lab_1|Introduction to Lab]]
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|-
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|  valign="top" class="td1" | 2
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | 16 Mar
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | [[2009 Lecture 3|Cell Membranes and Compartments]]
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|  valign="top" class="td4" | [[2009 Lecture 4|Cell Nucleus]]
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|  valign="top" class="td5" | [[2009_Lab_2|Microscopy Methods]]
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|-
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|  valign="top" class="td1" | 3
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | 23 Mar
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | [[2009 Lecture 5|Cell Export - Exocytosis]]
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|  valign="top" class="td4" | [[2009 Lecture 6|Cell Import - Endocytosis]]
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|  valign="top" class="td5" | [[2009_Lab_3|Preparation/Fixation]]
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|-
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|  valign="top" class="td1" | 4
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | 30 Mar
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | [[2009 Lecture 7|Cell Mitochondria]]
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|  valign="top" class="td4" | [[2009 Lecture 8|Cell Junctions]]
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|  valign="top" class="td5" | [[2009_Lab_4|Immunochemistry]]
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|-
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|  valign="top" class="td1" | 5
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | 06 Apr
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | [[2009 Lecture 9|Cytoskeleton Introduction]]
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|  valign="top" class="td4" | [[2009 Lecture 10|Cytoskeleton 1 Intermediate Filaments]]
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|  valign="top" class="td5" | [[2009_Lab_5|Cell Knockout Methods]]
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|-
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|  valign="top" class="td1" | <br>
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | 14 Apr
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | '''Mid-semester break'''
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|  valign="top" class="td4" | <br>
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|  valign="top" class="td5" | <br>
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|-
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|  valign="top" class="td1" | 6
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | 20 Apr
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | [[2009 Lecture 11|Cytoskeleton 2 Microtubules]]
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|  valign="top" class="td4" | [[2009 Lecture 12|Cytoskeleton 3 Microfilaments]]
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|  valign="top" class="td5" | [[2009_Lab_6|Cytoskeleton Exercise]]
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|-
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|  valign="top" class="td1" | 7
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | 27 Apr
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | [[2009 Lecture 13|Extracellular Matrix 1]]
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|  valign="top" class="td4" | [[2009 Lecture 14|Extracellular Matrix 2]]
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|  valign="top" class="td5" | [[2009_Lab_7|Confocal Microscopy]]
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|-
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|  valign="top" class="td1" | 8
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | 04 May
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | [[2009 Lecture 15|Cell Cycle]]
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|  valign="top" class="td4" | [[2009 Lecture 16|Cell Division]]
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|  valign="top" class="td5" | Group Project work
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|-
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|  valign="top" class="td1" | 9
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | 11 May
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | [[2009 Lecture 17|Cell Death 1]]
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|  valign="top" class="td4" | [[2009 Lecture 18|Cell Death 2]]
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|  valign="top" class="td5" | [[2009_Lab_8|Tissue Culture 1]]
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|-
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|  valign="top" class="td1" | 10
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | 18 May
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | [[2009 Lecture 19|Signal 1]]
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|  valign="top" class="td4" | [[2009 Lecture 20|Signal 2]]
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|  valign="top" class="td5" | [[2009_Lab_9|Tissue Culture 2]]
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|-
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|  valign="top" class="td1" | 11
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | 25 May
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | [[2009 Lecture 21|Stem Cells]]
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|  valign="top" class="td4" | [[2009 Lecture 22|Stem Cells]]
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|  valign="top" class="td5" | Gene/Protein Analysis 1
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|-
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|  valign="top" class="td1" | 12
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | 01 Jun
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | [[2009 Lecture 23|Development]]
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|  valign="top" class="td4" | [[2009 Lecture 24|Revision]]
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|  valign="top" class="td5" |  [[2009_Lab_12|Microarray Lab visit]]
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|  valign="top" class="td1" | <br>
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | 08 Jun
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | Study Week
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|  valign="top" class="td4" | <br>
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|  valign="top" class="td1" | <br>
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | 12 Jun
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | Examination
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ANAT3231 Cell Biology '''Fri 26 June 8:45 - 12:00''' R-DERBY (Derby Room, Randwick Racecourse)
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|  valign="top" class="td2" | 15 Jul
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|  valign="top" class="td3" | Supplementary Examination
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ANAT3231 Cell Biology '''Wed 15th July 9:30 -12:30''' in the School of Medical Sciences Wallace Wurth Building Room M102
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--[[User:S8600021|Mark Hill]] 16:57, 27 March 2009 (EST)Endocytosis Lecture was swapped with the Fixation methods lab.
 
--[[User:S8600021|Mark Hill]] 16:57, 27 March 2009 (EST)Endocytosis Lecture was swapped with the Fixation methods lab.
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 13:27, 2 February 2010

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




--Mark Hill 16:57, 27 March 2009 (EST)Endocytosis Lecture was swapped with the Fixation methods lab.

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Molecular Cell Biology

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