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Claremont McKenna College    
 
    
 
  Nov 24, 2017
 
2017-2018 Catalog

BIOL151L KS - Developmental Biology

Lectures, discussions, and laboratory experiments focus on the molecular and cellular processes involved in building a whole animal from a single cell. Topics will include fertilization, establishment of the body plan, cell and tissue differentiation, building limbs, sex determination, stem cells, tissue regeneration, and evolutionary development. This course has a laboratory fee. 

Prerequisites: BIOL 043L KS  and BIOL 044L KS , or BIOL 040L KS  and BIOL 044L KS ; CHEM 014L KS  and CHEM 015L KS , or CHEM 040L KS  and CHEM 015L KS , or CHEM 029L KS ; or both semesters of  ; or permission of instructor. One previous upper-division biology course is strongly recommended.

Offered: Every year

Credit: 1

Course Number: BIOL151L KS