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BISC 2215 : Genome Editing Laboratory
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Biological Sciences (BISC)
Developmental Biology
Developmental Biology
Fall 2017
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BISC 1115 and BISC 1125; and BISC 1116 and BISC 1126

Arnaud Martin
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The molecular processes and cellular phenomena that result in the formation of organized tissues and functional organisms; formation of early body plan, cell type determination, organogenesis, morphogenesis, stem cells, cloning, and issues in human development.
After completing this course, students should be able to: 1. Understand the concepts and terminology inherent to developmental biology. 2. Be knowledgeable about the mechanisms that lead a single cell to become an organized embryo, or an undifferentiated tissue to become an organ. 3. Understand the translational importance of developmental biology in relation to human health and environmental sciences. 4. Appreciate how evolutionary change relies on developmental modifications 5. Understand common techniques used for studying gene expression and for genome editing.After completing this course, students should be able to:
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