SC103 Introduction to Biology

The course begins with a general introduction into the nature of biological science and its significance in our everyday lives. It continues with the organization of matter, inorganic and organic molecules, followed by the study of basic concepts of cellular structure and function, cellular metabolism, cellular reproduction, genetics, ecology and evolutionary theory. It concludes with the study of prokaryotes, protists, fungi and the study of viruses as separate entities.
4 Credit Hours

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