BIOL-363 Cell Biology
Fall for 2008-2009
A study of the molecular and biochemical bases for cell structure and functions, control of gene expression, membrane organization, organelle assembly and specialized functions, structure/function dynamics of the cytoskeleton, interactions with the extracellular matrix, mechanisms of signal transduction, solute translocation, endocytosis and exocytosis, growth control, and oncogenesis will be covered. The laboratory is designed to illustrate concepts presented in lecture and to introduce students to the scientific method and experimental design. Prerequisites BIOL-151 and -152, or by special permission. Three lecture hours and one three-hour laboratory. Fall.
Prerequisites: BIOL-151 and -152
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