|(3 cr.) This course considers the basic concepts of life
science with emphasis on the methods of science
and the role of science in society, the chemistry
of life, and molecular and cellular evolution.
Selected topics include cellular biochemistry,
the central dogma of biology, regulation of gene
expression, cell structure and function,
respiration and photosynthesis, and cell cycles.
Primarily for students in bachelor's degree
health science programs. First semester of a
full-year course; must be taken in sequence. Must
be taken in conjunction with BIO 101L.
Prerequisite: BIO 101L; Every Year, Fall and Summer|