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Cell and Developmental Biology

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Year and Campus: 2017

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Please contact your Student Centre for additional information about breadth tracks.

Overview:

This track will develop a student’s general interest in biology and focus particularly on how cells function, particularly in the context of multicellular organisms. With emphasis on current research methodologies, it provides insights into how cells ‘translate’ the genetic code to produce and transport proteins to specific sites within or outside the cell to control processes required for cell survival, proliferation, movement and growth and how these processes controlled and orchestrated during the remarkable progression of a fertilised egg into an independent organism.

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You can extend this by taking:

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Not offered in 2017
12.50
Notes:

These subjects are not approved as breadth for Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Biomedicine students.

Related Course(s): Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Environments
Bachelor of Music

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