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1462 Clifton Rd 308
1462 Clifton Rd 126
This class will meet in separate discussion groups on Fridays.
How does a single cell embryo develop into a fully functional adult organism? In this course we will examine the basic principles underlying development at the cellular, molecular, and organismal levels. Topics covered will include body plan development, limb development, nervous system development, sex determination and germ cell development, development, and cancer.
This course will fulfill the Column A requirement for the Biology major.
Required Textbooks, Articles, and Resources
- Principles of Development, 4th Edition. ISBN: 9780199554287.
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|Exams||There will be three exams and a cumulative final exam, plus six quizzes.|
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