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BIO 341: Advanced Cell Biology

The cell is the fundamental unit of life, capable of growth, motility, signal transduction, and functional specialization. Students study features common to cells: their macromolecular components, metabolism, membrane transport, motility, signal mechanisms, and intracellular trafficking, seeing how these are elaborated in cells with particular specializations. Research techniques suitable for cell biology are emphasized. Students attend lectures plus one three-hour laboratory per week. Counts toward neuroscience and biomolecular science concentrations.
Prerequisites: BIO 227 and BIO 233, or CH/BI 227 and BIO 233, or permission of instructor.

Neuroscience

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/neuroscience/

...required) BIO 341 Advanced Cell Biology BIO 364 Molecular Biology BIO 372 Developmental Biology BIO...