Academic Catalog 2018-2019 
    
    Oct 21, 2019  
Academic Catalog 2018-2019 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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BIO 205 - Topics in Molecular Biology

Course Units: 1
(Fall,Winter, Spring; Staff) In this course, students will learn the key concepts of the molecular biology of the cell as well as how to integrate the principles of cell structure and function with the underlying molecular mechanism(s). Discussions will focus on gene structure, mechanisms of replication, transcription and translation, mutation and DNA repair, gene regulations, and genomics. Each of these concepts will be discussed in the context of a unifying theme selected by the instructor. Possible examples of these themes include viruses, epigenetics, human diseases, biotechnology and artificial organisms, cell fate determination and differentiation Prerequisite(s): BIO 103 (110)  and BIO 104 (112)   Note: CHM 101   is strongly recommended prior to taking this course.



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