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BIO 332 Cell Biology
The fundamental molecular processes of cells are examined using evidence from biochemical, physiological and microscopic analyses. Topics include: the logical spatial and temporal organization and regulation of of metabolism; generation and function of cellular compartments; the organization and regulation of cell growth and division; and cell-environment and cell-cell interactions. Comparisons among prokaryotic , free-living eukaryotic and metazoan eukaryotic cells of diverse organisms are used to assess the universality of these processes and their mechanisms.
SU Credits : 4.000
ECTS Credit : 7.000
Prerequisite : -
Corequisite :