BIOL-103 Foundations in Biology I
Fall for 2016-2017
This first semester of an integrated two semester course focuses upon central concepts in biological chemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, genetics, and development. The relevance of these concepts to the physiology of mammalian systems provides a synthesis opportunity in the last module of the course. This course is a suggested prerequisite for Foundations in Biology II which is offered in the Spring term. Foundations in Biology I and II are prerequisites for higher level biology courses. Three 80-minute lectures and a weekly 50-minute recitation. Students must co-enroll in the laboratory portion of this course (BIOL-113).
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Fall '16: Patten M, Anderson C, Chan M, Elmendorf H, Hickey M (file download)
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