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BIO C is designed for majors in biological sciences, and for others if required by their departmental programs. This course covers major concepts in introductory and biological chemistry; cellular organization, structure and function; metabolism, respiration and photosynthesis; DNA, RNA and protein synthesis; gene regulation, cell cycle, cancer and recombinant DNA technology. Since the course covers a lot of material in a single semester, you need to keep up with the reading and come prepared for the lectures, discussions and exams. What would you like to do? Log in Caps lock is turned on! Keep me logged in Forgot your password?
Griffiths, J. Tsai, H. Voiniciuc, K. Seifert, S. Mansfield and G. SOS5 mediates Arabidopsis seed coat mucilage adherence and organization through pectins. Plant Physiol.