372 Developmental Biology
The last decade has unveiled the mechanism by which a single cell gives rise to an embryo rich in pattern and cellular diversity. This course traces the use of surgical, genetic and molecular techniques used to uncover the developmental blueprint that encodes the universal body plan fundamental to all metazoan life. Students attend lectures plus one 3-hour laboratory per week. Taught annually. Prerequisites: Biology 125, 126 and 233.

Relevant Links:

ISDB--The International Society of Developmental Biologists website