BIOL210-1AL Cell Biology (LAB) (with Staff)
A study of structure and function of cells including physiological and biochemical processes of cells, membranes, subcellular organelles, and of specialized cells. Specific topics include synthesis and mode of action of biological macromolecules, flow of information and energy, mode of enzyme action, cell-to-cell communication, and membrane functions such as transport. Note: Students (non-biology majors) who do not wish to take the laboratory portion of this course should register for BIOL 212. No student may take this course after successful completion of BIOL 212.
Prerequisite(s): BIOL 112 and CHEM 103 or 115 and 117. Co-req (or pre-req) = Math 130 or placement into MATH 140 from the math placement exam.
Lab Fee: $115
Registration for Summer Session I is closed.