Apr 22, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

BIO 330 - Developmental Biology


An introduction to biological development, from the formation of the egg, through embroyonic development, to sex determination and reproduction. Special topics such as plant development, aging, and the evolution of developmental mechanisms will be included. Classical experiments in embryology will complement modern research on molecular developmental mechanisms, and the use of model organisms (mice, frogs, chickens, fish, flies, worms, plants) will be stressed. Two hours lecture 4 hours of lab per week.
Lecture
5 Credits
Prerequisite:  BIO 211 , BIO 399  
Offered in the Spring Semester