BMS 260 Cell Biology
Course Description: To convey an understanding of the function and the organization of molecules and organelles inside and outside the cell and how these are used to construct a muticellular tissue and organ. The course concentrates on major principles of cell biology that are derived from experimentation and on powerful new tools that have informed us of these concepts at more detailed levels of resolution. We will specifically concentrate on questions related to how cells function, including how they grow, divide and die, and how they move, secrete and communicate.
Course Director: Diane Barber and Scott Oakes
Teaching Assistants: Adriana Mujal and Darienne Myers
Course Duration: September 27 to early December
Days: Monday and Thursdays
Time: 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Locations: N-217, Parnassus
First Day of Class: Thursday, September 27, 2012
Study list: Biomed Sci 260 Cell Biology, 4 units, instructor Diane Barber (BMS students must sign up for letter grade option)
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