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Course Objectives:The primary objective for this course is to provide you with a strong basic understanding of the principles underlying Cellular and Molecular Biology. The area of emphasis will include: 1. Basic cellular biochemistry; 2. Structural components of the cell and their functions; 3. Information processing and...
Course Objectives: The primary objective for this course is to provide you with a strong basic understanding of the principles underlying Cellular and Molecular Biology. The area of emphasis will include: 1. Basic cellular biochemistry; 2. Structural components of the cell and their functions; 3. Information processing and intracellular sorting, and, briefly; 4. Cellular interactions and reproduction. "The key to every biological problem must finally be sought in the CELL" (E. B. Wilson, one of the pioneer American cell biologists, wrote more than 50 years ago). Cell Biology has today become a truly multidisciplinary field and due to this fact, the coverage of these rapidly developing topics will include considerations of cell morphology, biochemistry, and molecular biology.
The other commenter said this was only a class syllabus...it isn't. There is quite a bit of interesting stuff, with links to interactive sites but there is SO MUCH other clutter on the site that it is frustrating to find. Worth a dig, but I feel sorry for the students!
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12 years ago
This is just a syllabus for a cell biology course.