INTRODUCTION TO BIOCHEMISTRY – BCH 2333A
Welcome to BCH 2333!
Course description: The chemistry and biological properties of amino acids, proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, carbohydrates, and vitamins. The course includes laboratory and tutorial sessions.
Prof: Dr. Christopher Boddy
Office: Room 116 D’Iorio Hall
Tel: (613) 562-5800 extension: 8970
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org *Please put BCH2333 in the subject line*
Web Site: the course website is on Blackboard
I will use the website to post assignments, useful documents, links, etc.
I strongly encourage you to post course-related questions on the class discussion forum in Blackboard and to answer your colleagues’ questions.
I will also use Blackboard to post your unofficial…show more content…
Try problems from these texts.
Note: Attempt each question BEFORE looking at the answer. It is much easier to understand the question with the answer in front of you.
5. Attend tutorials (DGD’s) and extra help sessions.
6. Group study is extremely useful because discussions will help make the material and concepts easier to remember and deepen your understanding. You will be asked to work in small groups in class—take advantage of this learning opportunity! 7. Ask questions! Your professor and TA’s are there to help you succeed, but you have to put the time and effort into the course.
*Learning takes time! I recommend that you spend 2 – 4 hours studying per hour of lecture (this translates to 6 – 12 hours per week in CHM