Developmental Biology

PREREQUISITES: BIOL-UA 21 AND 22.

COURSE IS OPEN TO BIOLOGY MAJORS ONLY, DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF REGISTRATION

Introduction to the principles and experimental strategies of developmental biology. Covers the cellular and molecular basis for pattern in the embryo; the determination of cell fate; cell differentiation; the genes controlling these events; how they are identified and studied; and the cellular proteins that affect shape, movement, and signaling between cells. Special emphasis on the experimental basis for our knowledge of these subjects from studies in fruit flies, nematodes, frogs, plants, and mice.

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Fall 2022

1
Kenneth David Birnbaum
TR: 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM 12WV L120
1
Claude Desplan
TR: 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM 12WV L120