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CAS BI 203 - Cell Biology (CM)
Principles of cellular organization and function: biological molecules, flow of genetic information, membranes and subcellular organelles, and cell regulation. Three hours lecture, one hour discussion. Students may receive credit for CAS BI 203 or 213, but not both courses.

[ 4 cr.]

Offered: 1st sem.

Prereq: CAS BI 108 and CAS CH 102; or equivalent.
Coreq: CAS CH 203; or equivalent.
21 sections scheduled for Fall 2019
1 section scheduled for Summer 2019
CAS BI 203 - Cell Biology (CM)
Principles of cellular organization and function: biological molecules, flow of genetic information, membranes and subcellular organelles, and cell regulation. Three hours lecture, one hour discussion. Students may receive credit for CAS BI 203 or 213, but not both courses.

[ 4 cr.]

Offered: 1st sem.

Prereq: CAS BI 108 and CAS CH 102; or equivalent.
Coreq: CAS CH 203; or equivalent.
21 sections scheduled for Fall 2019
1 section scheduled for Summer 2019
CAS BI 203 - Cell Biology
Principles of cellular organization and function: biological molecules, flow of genetic information, membranes and subcellular organelles, and cell regulation. Students must attend both lecture and discussion. Students may receive credit for CAS BI 203 or 213, but not both.

[ 4 cr.]

Offered: 1st sem.

Prereq: CAS BI 108 and CAS CH 102; or equivalent.
Coreq: CAS CH 203; or equivalent.
21 sections scheduled for Fall 2019
1 section scheduled for Summer 2019
CAS BI 203 - Cell Biology
Principles of cellular organization and function: biological molecules, flow of genetic information, membranes and subcellular organelles, and cell regulation. Students must attend both lecture and discussion. Students may receive credit for CAS BI 203 or 213, but not both.

[ 4 cr.]

Offered: 1st sem.

Prereq: CAS BI 108 and CAS CH 102; or equivalent.
Coreq: CAS CH 203; or equivalent.
21 sections scheduled for Fall 2019
1 section scheduled for Summer 2019
CAS BI 203 - Cell Biology
Principles of cellular organization and function: biological molecules, flow of genetic information, membranes and subcellular organelles, and cell regulation. Students must attend both lecture and discussion. Students may receive credit for CAS BI 203 or 213, but not both.

[ 4 cr.]

Offered: 1st sem.

Prereq: CAS BI 108 and CAS CH 102; or equivalent.
Coreq: CAS CH 203; or equivalent.
21 sections scheduled for Fall 2019
1 section scheduled for Summer 2019
CAS BI 203 - Cell Biology (CM)
Principles of cellular organization and function: biological molecules, flow of genetic information, membranes and subcellular organelles, and cell regulation. Three hours lecture, one hour discussion. Students may receive credit for CAS BI 203 or 213, but not both courses.

[ 4 cr.]

Offered: 1st sem.

Prereq: CAS BI 108 and CAS CH 102; or equivalent.
Coreq: CAS CH 203; or equivalent.
21 sections scheduled for Fall 2019
1 section scheduled for Summer 2019
CAS BI 203 - Cell Biology (CM)
Principles of cellular organization and function: biological molecules, flow of genetic information, membranes and subcellular organelles, and cell regulation. Three hours lecture, one hour discussion. Students may receive credit for CAS BI 203 or 213, but not both courses.

[ 4 cr.]

Offered: 1st sem.

Prereq: CAS BI 108 and CAS CH 102; or equivalent.
Coreq: CAS CH 203; or equivalent.
21 sections scheduled for Fall 2019
1 section scheduled for Summer 2019
CAS BI 203 - Cell Biology
Principles of cellular organization and function: biological molecules, flow of genetic information, membranes and subcellular organelles, and cell regulation. Students must attend both lecture and discussion. Students may receive credit for CAS BI 203 or 213, but not both.

[ 4 cr.]

Offered: 1st sem.

Prereq: CAS BI 108 and CAS CH 102; or equivalent.
Coreq: CAS CH 203; or equivalent.
21 sections scheduled for Fall 2019
1 section scheduled for Summer 2019
CAS BI 203 - Cell Biology (CM)
Principles of cellular organization and function: biological molecules, flow of genetic information, membranes and subcellular organelles, and cell regulation. Three hours lecture, one hour discussion. Students may receive credit for CAS BI 203 or 213, but not both courses.

[ 4 cr.]

Offered: 1st sem.

Prereq: CAS BI 108 and CAS CH 102; or equivalent.
Coreq: CAS CH 203; or equivalent.
21 sections scheduled for Fall 2019
1 section scheduled for Summer 2019
CAS BI 203 - Cell Biology (CM)
Principles of cellular organization and function: biological molecules, flow of genetic information, membranes and subcellular organelles, and cell regulation. Three hours lecture, one hour discussion. Students may receive credit for CAS BI 203 or 213, but not both courses.

[ 4 cr.]

Offered: 1st sem.

Prereq: CAS BI 108 and CAS CH 102; or equivalent.
Coreq: CAS CH 203; or equivalent.
21 sections scheduled for Fall 2019
1 section scheduled for Summer 2019
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