BIOL 435 Developmental Biology Lecture and Laboratory
Frequency: Every year
A study of animal development integrating descriptive, experimental, cellular, and molecular studies of gametogenesis, fertilization, cleavage, gastrulation, induction, and maturation. Labs examine development from an historical perspective including: descriptive, experimental and molecular embryology incorporating hypothesis testing through the use of micromanipulation, cell culture and immunohisto-chemistry. Two lectures, one laboratory. Junior or senior standing in the major required.