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Course MCB 556. CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY (4).

Examination of molecular and structural elements in eukaryotic cells and their relationship to function and development. Topics include nuclear organization, membranes, organelles, intracellular sorting, cell energetics, cell signaling, cell motility, cell division cycle, and developmental processes of selected model organisms. Critical reading and writing skills will be emphasized. PREREQS: BB 450 and BB 451 (biochemistry) or equivalent; BI 311 (genetics) or equivalent. Recommended: BI 460 (cell biology) or equivalent; MCB 554 and MCB 555.

For more information, contact: Dee Denver, 3021 ALS, 541-737-3799

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