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Laboratory Experiments with Eukaryotic Microbes

Biology And Biomedical Sciences 3492 - Spring 2019

This research-intensive course provides an introduction to diverse molecular and cell biology techniques used in model experimental organisms to explore fundamental biological questions. Experiments are performed using selected fungi and protozoans commonly used in major research efforts. Emphasis is placed on choosing the appropriate organism for the question posed using the most current technologies. Each semester, one cellular process is studied in detail and original research is carried out. Prerequisites: Bio 2960 and 2970 and permission of instructor-- contact early to ensure enrollment. One hour of lecture and six hours of laboratory a week. Fulfills the upper-level laboratory requirement for the Biology major. Enrollment limited to 16.
Course Attributes: FA NSMBU SCIAS NSMAS WI I

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Laboratory Experiments with Eukaryotic Microbes
INSTRUCTOR: Chalker
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Laboratory Experiments with Eukaryotic Microbes
INSTRUCTOR: Chalker
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