BIO 314 Developmental Biology
Through lectures, current readings and discussions, this course considers the principles of development with emphasis on experimental evidence for underlying mechanisms. The laboratory work includes molecular, cellular and supracellular approaches to the investigation of developmental questions in animals and plants. This course is offered in the spring semester, 2005-2006 and alternate years.
Prerequisite: Biology 211.
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