[BIOL 237] Cell Biology


A comprehensive analysis of cell structure and function and the molecular mechanisms that regulate cellular physiology, with a focus on eukaryotic cell biology. Topics include: origin and evolution of cells and cellular organelles, structure, synthesis, and regulation of biomolecules, membrane structure and transport, the cytoskeleton, the extracellular matrix and cell adhesion, cell motility, cell signaling, cell division and cell cycle regulation, cancer and cell stress, aging, and death. Small groups of students design, perform, analyze, and report on a research project. Three two-hour lecture-laboratory periods or three one-hour lecture-discussion class periods and one laboratory period per week.

Course Title

Cell Biology

Course Code

BIOL 237

Units

1

Fulfills Domain/Capstone Requirements

4U

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: one college-level biology course or consent of the instructor.

Frequency

Offered yearly.

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