BIO 362 — Cell Structure and Function
Semester hours: 3 (3R) Offered: I, II, S (OD) Instructor: Staff
Emphasizes the fundamental importance and experimental underpinnings of knowledge in cell biology. The course consists of four segments; 1) common techniques in cell biology research, 2) basic principles of cell structure and function including membranes, vesicular transport, protein sorting, and the cytoskeleton, 3) how cells multiply, assemble into tissues, and interact with their environment, and 4) cell motility, the immune response, and cancer.
Prerequisites: P: BIO 202 & 206
Satisfies: Molecular/Cellular Biology requirement