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An introduction to biological inquiry


Gregg Whitworth

on 24 January 2011

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Transcript of An introduction to biological inquiry

An introduction to biological inquiry Bio 150 What is Bio 150? What isn't Bio 150? Genes, Drugs and Toxins Science is a process Science is curiosity Science is a skill set Tuba 101 Introduction to advanced
memorization The Monotillation of Traxoline What to expect Science! Cruft mistaken for science... Tell me and I will forget
Show me and I will remember,
Involve me and I will understand! - proverbe C. Lindgren: An introduction to Bio 150 Tuba 101: History of the Tuba Tuba 201: Tuba theory Tuba 395: Independent tuba study 1. What is traxoline?
2. Where is traxoline monotilled?
3. How is traxoline quaselled? 4. Why is traxoline important? Judy Lanier (?) ?
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