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BIOL 430 Molecular Genetics of Development

BIOL 430  Molecular Genetics of Development  Units: 3.00  

The use of genetic analysis to understand developmental processes such as cell fate determination, pattern formation and morphogenesis. Emphasis will be on the molecular pathways used during embryonic development, highlighting applications and techniques using model organisms.

Learning Hours: 126 (36 Lecture, 18 Seminar, 24 Group Learning, 12 Individual Instruction, 12 Online Activity, 24 Private Study)  
Requirements: Prerequisite ([BCHM 218/3.0 or BIOL 330/3.0] and a minimum GPA of 2.0 in the Biological Foundations List).  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Science  


The Biology Department is located in the BioSciences Complex, a large building with offices, teaching laboratories, lecture rooms and extensive research facilities. The Department also maintains the Queen's University Biological Station: more than 3000 ha of woodland, fields and shoreline on both Lake Opinicon and Elbow Lake, 50 km north of Kingston. This station has extensive laboratory and teaching facilities and can provide accommodation for 75 or more researchers and students interested in population and community ecology, limnology, behavioural ecology, and conservation biology.

Biology (BIOL)

offered either in the fall or winter term if there is sufficient student interest. Some 900 level courses listed are 1.5 credit units.BIOL 899 and BIOL 999 are 6.0 credit units.