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BIOL 100: Introduction to the Profession
Introduction to the biological sciences, scientific method, computing tools, and critical thinking.
Professors: Joseph P. Orgel
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 2
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BIOL 100: Intro to Profession
Introduction to the biological sciences, scientific method, computing tools, and critical thinking.
Professors: Joseph P. Orgel
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BIOL 105: Introduction to Biology
This course, designed for non-majors, considers basic concepts and selected topics in biology beginning at the molecular level and ending with the biosphere. Topics include the following: the chemistry and structure of cells in plants and animals; how cells obtain and use energ...
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Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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BIOL 107: General Biol Lecture
This course emphasizes biology at the organismal level. It provides an introduction to the study of the structure and function of plants and animals, their origin and evolution, their reproduction and genetics, and their diversity and ecological relations. BIOL 107 plus BIOL 115 ...
Professors: Michael R. Cummings
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BIOL 107: General Biology Lectures
This course emphasizes biology at the organismal level. It provides an introduction to the study of the structure and function of plants and animals, their origin and evolution, their reproduction and genetics, and their diversity and ecological relations. BIOL 107 plus BIOL 115 ...
Professors: Michael R. Cummings
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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BIOL 109: General Biology Lab
A laboratory course to accompany BIOL 107. An introduction to laboratory techniques and their application to the understanding of general biological concepts.
Professors: Kathryn M. Spink
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BIOL 109: General Biology Laboratory
A laboratory course to accompany BIOL 107. An introduction to laboratory techniques and their application to the understanding of general biological concepts.
Professors: Kathryn M. Spink
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 1
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BIOL 114: Introduction to Human Biology
This course, designed for non-majors in biology, covers selected topics in biology of particular relevance to humans and to human health and disease. Topics include: Introductory biochemistry and cell structure, organization, and regulation of body systems; human genetics; huma...
Professors: Douglas Cork; Tanya I. Bekyarova
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BIOL 115: Human Biology
This course covers selected topics in biology of particular relevance to humans and to human health and disease. Topics include biology of human cells and selected organ systems; neurobiology including psychoactive drugs and drug addiction; development and birth defects; genetics...
Professors: Douglas Cork; Joseph P. Orgel; Tanya I. Bekyarova; (more)
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BIOL 117: Human Biology Laboratory
A biology laboratory course to accompany BIOL 114 or BIOL 115. A cellular approach to the functional organization of organs and organ systems. Laboratories will include the application of experimental methods and techniques for understanding the relationship between cell struct...
Professors: Anthony Kowal; Bonnie J. Haferkamp; Faculty TBA; (more)
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