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BIOL 281 Cell Biology Lecture

This course examines the foundations of cell biology including the structure, function, differentiation, and growth of the eucaryotic cell. It is primarily concerned with eukaryotic cells from their evolution, organization, differentiation and biosynthesis. The simplicity and complexity of macromolecules in the cell are covered through multi-modal learning technologies on nutrition, energy production, and synthesis of cellular components. The student develops a thorough understanding of the mechanisms underlying mitosis and meiosis, the cell cycle, and cancer.

Course ID: BIOL 281

Semester Hours: 3

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