Course Description:

BIOL 353 DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY This course provides an in-depth study of the processes that occur during development. Examples of topics covered include genetic and cellular cues, gametogenesis and fertilization, neural development and organogenesis, and processes occurring in the post-embryonic period. While relevance to human development is most important, different animal systems are explored to provide context. Lectures are supplemented with microscopic and gross specimens, as relevant. Prerequisite(s): BIOL 101+103 or BIOL 111+113, BIOL 211+213, and BIOL 221+223. Three Hours, On Demand

Credits:

3.0

Pre-Requisites:

((BIOL101LAB AND BIOL103LEC) OR (BIOL111LAB AND BIOL113LEC)) AND (BIOL211LAB AND BIOL213LEC AND BIOL221LAB AND BIOL223LEC)

Co-Requisites: