RBM2560 - Medical Biochemistry and
RBM1528 - Human Physiology 2
RBF1310 - Biology 1 or
RBM1528 (HBBS & HBBM students) OR RBF1310 (science students)
|1.||Analyse the components of a cell, their organization and their significance to the normal functioning of eukaryotic cells;|
|2.||Review and analyse current scientific literature relating to cell and molecular biology;|
|3.||Explain potential molecular alterations that occur within the cell that contribute to human disease;|
|4.||Review experimental approaches, both current and historical, of examining cell and molecular biology in both normal and diseased cells.|
|Test||2 Tests (30 min each)||20%|
|Assignment||Assignment (1000 words)||30%|
|Examination||Written exam consisting of multiple choice questions and short answer questions (2 hours)||50%|
Molecular biology of the cell 6th ed.
Alberts, B., Johnson, A., Lewis, J., Morgan, D., Raff, M., Roberts, K., & Walter, P. (2015).
New York: Garland Science
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