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BIOL 4470

Developmental Biology

Four semester hours.

A study of the molecular and cellular events that lead to the generation of a multicellular organism from a fertilized egg. Emphasis on cell differentiation, development of an entire organism from a single cell involving several stages of differentiation and cell interaction. The course will investigate the cellular and molecular processes involved in generating an embryo, in creating various tissues and organs. Prerequisite: BIOL 3413. Lab Fee: $30.

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