BIOL 4011 Molecular Biology of Development
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as BIOL 27.5.
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1 hour recitation, 3 hours lecture; 4 credits
Experimental and biochemical analysis of development of echinoderm, molluscan, and amphibian embryos. Biochemical analysis is primarily related to the replication, transcription, and translation of nucleic acids. Analysis of experimental design and interpretation of work in current literature with emphasis on experimental designs for future work.
Prerequisite: Biology 1001, Biology 1002 and Chemistry 2500 or 3510. The chairperson may waive Chemistry 2500 or 3510 as a prerequisite of Biology 4011for students who received a grade of B or higher in Chemistry 2100.
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