Undergraduate Studies


MOL 215/EEB 215 Quantitative Principles in Cell and Molecular Biology

Nelson, Felton, Korennykh

(also EEB 215 Quantitative Principles in Cell and Molecular Biology)

Central concepts and experiments in cellular, molecular, and developmental biology with an emphasis on underlying physical and engineering principles. Topics include the genetic code; energetics and cellular organization; communication, feeding, and signaling between cells; feedback loops and cellular organization; problems and solutions in development; the organization of large cellular systems, such as the nervous and immune systems.

Satisfies the biology requirement for entrance into medical school. Prerequisites: AP biology, physics, and calculus. Three lectures, one three-hour laboratory.

Prerequisite: AP Biology, Physics, Calculus

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