BI 341 - Neurodevelopment
An examination of neurodevelopment from an anatomical, genetic, and molecular perspective. Students will study cellular migrations, tissue organization, patterning, and differentiation. In laboratory, students will gain experience with visualizing the developing nervous system at various stages, using techniques such as immunocytochemistry, in situ hybridization, and live fluorescent and bright field imaging. ; BI 242 or BI 247 ; and one additional 200-level BI course (except BI 299 and BI 275).
Note(s): Three hours of lecture, three hours of lab per week.
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