Introductory Cell and Molecular Lecture and Lab

Biology Department
221 Science Center
State University of New York at Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063
(716) 673-3282
Biology department
205 Jewett Hall
SUNY Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063
(716) 673-3282

BIOL 133 Introductory Cell and Molecular Biology Lecture

Frequency: B

The course will provide an introduction to cell biology. Students are expected to learn the basic concepts of cellular chemistry, types of cells, cell division, and the central dogma of molecular biology. Students should also learn how cell biology is related to the fields of biochemistry, genetics, and molecular biology.

Credits: 3


BIOL134 Introductory Cell and Molecular Biology Laboratory

Frequency: B

This is the laboratory section for the lecture course. The experiments are designed to introduce students to techniques and procedures for studying cells. Students will perform basic skills and techniques that lead to proficiency for more advanced techniques in later courses. Emphasis is placed on students actually doing the procedures and performing the tasks to generate results.

Credits: 1

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