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BIOL 5560 Developmental Biology (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

Developmental biology is in the midst of a far-reaching revolution that profoundly affects many related disciplines including evolutionary biology, morphology, and genetics. The new tools and strategies of molecular biology have begun to link genetics and embryology and to reveal an incredible picture of how cells, tissues, and organisms differentiate and develop. This course describes both organismal and molecular approaches which lead to a detailed understanding of (1) how it is that cells containing the same genetic complement can reproducibly develop into drastically different tissues and organs, and (2) the basis and role of pattern information in this process.

Instructor(s): Danielle Taghian

Prerequisites: With permission of the Instructor. BI 304-305 (Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics) or permission of the instructor.

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17