BIO-110 General Biology I (4)

An in-depth introduction and exploration of the study of life from atoms, molecules, and organelles to the cellular levels of organization. Emphasis on cell structure and function, energetics and metabolism, the gene, molecular genetics, and evolution. The laboratory component introduces the scientific method and experimentation through the study of microbes, plants and animals. AU Core Habits of Mind: Natural-Scientific Inquiry. Usually Offered: fall, spring, and summer. Prerequisite/Concurrent:  MATH-125 , MATH-170 MATH-211 , MATH-221 , STAT-202  or STAT-203 . Note: This course is recommended for science majors, pre-medical, or honors students only.

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