RBF1310 Biology 1 or RBM1528 Human Physiology 2.
|1.||Review how eukaryotic cell structures relate to their respective functions;|
|2.||Map the pathways of signal transduction and the cell cycle in normal and cancerous cells and identify targets for novel cancer therapies;|
|3.||Determine mechanisms of intracellular transport and apply this knowledge to the design and delivery of anticancer therapies;|
|4.||Appraise and synthesise relevant scientific literature;|
|5.||Investigate the principles of biosafety and bioethics within the context of cell biology practice; and|
|6.||Demonstrate competency in plant and mammalian cell culture techniques.|
|Assignment||Assignment (approx. 1500 words)||20%|
|Examination||Written Examination (3 hours)||50%|
The world of the cell 8th ed
Becker, W., Kleinsmith, L.J., & Hardin, J.
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