Introduction to Cell Biology
MCD BIO XL 100
Analyze the organization, structure, and function at the molecular level of cell membranes and signaling, membrane transport, intracellular trafficking, and cell energetics.
What you can learn.
- Identify biological aspects of stem cells
- Recognize the process of cell proliferation and cell death
- Evaluate aspects of cancer cells, particularly their genetics and regulatory modifications
- Explore the structure of gene and regulatory mechanism of gene expression
About this course:This course covers the analysis of cell organization, structure, and function at the molecular level. Cell membranes and organelles, membrane transport, cellular signaling, cytoskeleton and cell movement, intracellular trafficking, and cell energetics also are covered. Not open for credit to students with credit for C139 or M140. Transferable for UC credit.
LIFESCI XL 3 and XL 23L or LIFESCI XL 7A, XL 7B, XL 7C.