Course Description

Development is controlled by a complex sequential series of cell-cell and cell-matrix interactions and communications. The course examines the genes and molecular processes involved and how they act in concert to regulate distinct phases of development. Emphasis is placed on the powerful technologies, animal models and experimental strategies used to answer questions about the developmental events that control tissue morphogenesis.

Prerequisite

BIO230H1 / BIO255H1

Lecturer(s)

Prof. S. Plotnikov
sergey.plotnikov@utoronto.ca
TBA

Contact Hours

36L

Evaluation (Subject to change)

Two term tests worth 30% each
A final exam worth 40%

Last updated on May 12th, 2020