Biology: Molecular, Cell, and DevelopmentalBIOL 100 Biochemistry

An introduction to biochemistry including biochemical molecules, protein structure and function, membranes, bioenergetics, and regulation of biosynthesis. Provides students with basic essentials of modern biochemistry and the background needed for upper-division biology courses. Students who plan to do advanced work in biochemistry and molecular biology should take the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 100 series directly. Students cannot receive credit for this course after they have completed any two courses from the BIOC 100A, BIOC 100B, and BIOC 100C sequence.

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): BIOL 20A and BIOE 20B; and CHEM 8A or CHEM 112A.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring

Instructor

Douglas Kellogg, Jeremy Sanford