GS04 1013 Cell Biology
Frost, Jeffrey. Three semester hours. Fall annually. Prerequisite: general background in biology and biochemistry. Enrollment limited to GSBS degree students.
This course is designed to develop a functional understanding of cell biology. It is organized into four general sections: I. Eukaryotic cell organization and function; II. Dynamics of organellar components; III. Physiological regulation of cell function; and IV. Cell-cell interactions. The course format includes lectures, round-table discussions, and didactic presentations. This is an introductory course with an interdisciplinary emphasis for students in cell and regulatory biology programs. Fulfills GSBS cellular areas breadth requirement.