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BIO 385: The Neuron

From tiny ion channels to the basis for learning, neuroscience is a rapidly developing area. Using texts, reviews, and current literature, students examine in depth the fundamental unit of the nervous system, the neuron. The goals are to understand how neurons accomplish their unique functions: electrical signaling, synaptic transmission, and directed growth and remodeling. Counts toward neuroscience concentration.
Prerequisites: BIO 227 or CH/BI 227 and progress toward a major in any of the natural sciences.

Neuroscience

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...required) Designated seminar in biology (e.g., BIO 385 The Neuron ) Designated seminar in psychology...

Chemistry

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...Chem/Bio II: Thermodynamics and Kinetics with Bio...Chemistry 1.00 CHEM 385 Biochemistry II 1...