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BIOL 2020.03 CELL BIOLOGY
 

Summary: BIOL 2020.03
CELL BIOLOGY
COURSE INFORMATION
Fall 2009
Professor: Dr. Patrice Côté
Instructor: Mindy McCarville
BIOL2020 CELL BIOLOGY GENERAL INFORMATION 2009
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Course Description and Goals
Biology 2020.03 introduces you to the eukaryotic cell, the basic organizational unit of most living
organisms and hence a critical focus for biological/medical research. The course is at the introductory
level, and tends to be "content driven". That is, you are exposed to the language and concepts of cell
biology, and it is necessary to both remember and comprehend this information. As the course
proceeds, we draw material together and begin to develop an understanding of how structure and
function are integrated in cells. The experimental approach for examining cells will be considered and
you are required to apply and analyze information obtained in lectures. It is anticipated that Biology
2020 will prepare you for more advanced work in cell/molecular/biochemical areas, while revealing the
excitement that characterizes the study of living cells.
Professor: Patrice Côté, Room 7124, Telephone 494-1318, E-mail patrice@dal.ca
Instructor: Mindy McCarville, Room 7017, Telephone 494-7072, E-mail mindy.mccarville@dal.ca

  

Source: Adl, Sina - Department of Biology, Dalhousie University

 

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