BIO230H1: From Genes to Organisms

Hours: 
36L/15P

The genome is the "book of life," providing instructions to construct an organism. This course introduces genome biology and explores how the building blocks of life are networked into functioning organisms. We will investigate how cells perceive internal and external cues, how gene expression is shaped by this perception, and how these events give rise to tissues, organs, and whole organisms. (Lab Materials Fee: $20). Lab coat and safety glasses are required for use in laboratories; students are responsible for purchasing these items (approximate cost is $25).

Exclusion: 

BIO240H1, BIO241H1, BIO250Y1, BIO255H1, BIO255Y1. Students who have only completed one of BIO240H1 or BIO241H1 can take BIO230H1 for credit.

Distribution Requirements: 
Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Living Things and Their Environment (4)