Biology 0020

BIO-0020 (6.00 credits)

A study of ecology, mitosis, the structure and functioning of DNA, the process of protein synthesis, and genetics. Topics covered are the emphasis in ecology that will help provide an understanding of the biological world, processes involving energy transfers, biogeochemical cycles, and the impact of humans on their environment. The role of DNA and protein synthesis in genetics will be examined. Students registering in this course should have successfully completed SCI-0010 or Science 10 or equivalent. Not available for supplemental.

Instruction (5.0), Lab (1.0)

Requisite courses: Take BIO-0020L (Required, Concurrent).