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BIOL 158 Cell Cycle, Diseases & Aging Section 1
Dr. Zhaohua Irene Tang
MW 9:35-10:50 <> BC 23
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Semester: Spring
Catalog Description: xLectures, discussions, and laboratory exercises explore the current state of our understanding how complex organisms arise from single cells. Topics will include growth, differentiation, and pattern formation in embryos at the organismal, cellular, and molecular levels, as well as the scientific basis of animal cloning and stem cell research. Prerequisites: biology 43 and 44, Chemistry 14 and 15 (or 29), or both semesters of the AISS sequence, or permission of instructor. One previous upper-division biology course is strongly recommended. Enrollment limited to 18. Laboratory fee $50. Offered every year.
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