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Course Description

BIO 175
Neurobiology
Spring

The biological basis of nervous system function: how the concerted activities of molecules working together in signaling pathways and cells working together in neural circuits give rise to the transduction of sensory information, information processing and storage, and the direction of motor activity. Topics include mechanisms of cellular communication, the nature of information coding in various neural circuits, nervous system development, and molecular mechanisms of learning and memory. Lecture, lab, and discussion section.

Course Credit:
4

Instructor(s):
Jared Young

Prerequisite:
BIO 001 and BIO 002

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Last Updated: 6/23/17