An introduction to the application of cellular and molecular biology in agriculture, biotechnology and medicine. Emphasis is placed on the comparison of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell structure and function, biological chemistry, metabolism, homeostasis, and the structure and function of DNA and RNA in gene expression. It is recommended that students have successfully completed BIO-30 or equivalent before registering in BIO-1150. Not available for supplemental. Instruction (3.0), Lab (2.0). Equivalent to: BIO-150. Requisite Courses: Take BIO-1150L (Required, Concurrent).
BIO-1150 Cellular Basis of Life - 3.00 credits