BIOL 7027G Model Systems in Biology

(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as BIOL 727.
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30 hours; 2 credits

Introduction to a selection of biological systems used in different areas of biological research. Exploration of how and why different biological systems are used to solve biological problems, the advantages of selected systems to solve specific problems, and how Biology faculty are using these systems in their research. It will give students an opportunity to see the types of research faculty are involved in and can help them choose a thesis research topic.



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