130 SEMINAR IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE ( 1-2)
352 MARINE BIOLOGY (4) Int roduction to oceanography, marine plant and animal diversi t y, and ecological relationships . Research technology empha sizes through field trip observation and group experimentation. Th ree hours lec ture, four hours laboratory. Prerequisite: I IOor I I I . Lab fee $20. 40 I POPULATION BIO LOGY (4) Genetics, evolution and ecology related to biological populations encompassi ng all living organisms ; experimental genet ics and field biology emphasized in laboratory. Th1-ee hours lecture, four hours laborato ry. Prerequisite: 21 I or 222. Lab fee $20. 402 PARASITO LOGY (4) Taxonomy, life history, physiology, ecol ogy, and morphology of animal parasites wi th emphasis on those affect ing man. Th1-ee hours lecture. four hours laborat o ry. Prerequisites: I I I , 2 1 I . Alternate years. Lab fee $20. 4 1 I BIOCHEMISTRY I (3) Structures and properties of biomolecular components of cells includ ing protei ns, carbohyd rates, lipids, nucleot ides, nucleic aci ds, vi tamins and coenzymes, ki netics and mechanism and regulat ion of enzyme action in biological systems . Prerequisi te: Chemistry 302. A l t ernate years. 4 12 BIOCHEMISTRY II (3) Mathematical t reatment of bioener getics emphasizi ng major concepts and problem solving; pri nciples of metabolic processes, bio logi cal control and regula tory processes. Prerequisite : Chemistry 302 (Chemistry 402 1-ecommended). 422 LABORATORY IN BIOCHEMISTRY (2) An integrated laboratory course to ac company 4 1 I , 41 2. Modern techniques in molecular genetics, metabolic processes, bioenergetics and enzyme mechanism. Six hours laboratory. One hour discussion/ quiz. Prerequi site Chemistry 30 I . Alter nate years. Lab fee $35.
27 1 HUMAN ANATOMY (3 ) Basic structure and function of the hu man body; laboratory dissection of a rep resentative mammal and cadaver. Two hours lecture, one hour prelab, three hours laboratory. Lab fee: $20. 272 PHYSIOLOGY (4) The basi c concepts of physio logical reg ulation from the leve l of the cell to the in tegrated intact organ ism. Emphasis of cel lular regulat ion and int roduct ion to neural , muscu lar, hormonal and neuro endocri ne regu latory systems. Laboratory includ ing human systems analysis , histology and electrophysiology. Three hours lecture, one hour prelab, th ree hours laboratory. Prerequ isit e: college chemistry. Lab fee: $20. 290 NATURAL HISTORY OF MARINE MAMMALS ( I ) Biology and natural history of mar ine mammals with special emphasis on the California gray whale. Teach ing techn iques for marine mammal conservation and biol ogy. Observation of whale migration. Pre requisite: consent 300 HEALTH SCIENCE (3 ) Fulfills the teacher certificat ion requ ire ment in health education. Proper nutrit ion and obesity; mental health and cop ing w ith stress; drugs, tobacco and alcohol abuse; human sexuality; physical fitness and dis ease; first aid. Three hours lecture. Prereq uisite: ma1or in physical education and/or teach ing credential cand idate. Not for gen eral education requirement in the sciences. 30 I VERTEBRATE BIOLOGY (4) Biology of vertebrate animals w ith em phasis on comparit1ve anatomy ; laboratory dissection of representative vertebrates (shark, mud puppy, cat). Prerequisites: I I I and 21 I . Alternate years. Lab fee $20.
3 IOPROSECTION (I) An introduction to the human body through dissection and demonst rati on of a selected port ion of a human cadaver. Thir ty hours of labmatory. Prerequisite con sent Dissection fee $25. (May be repeat ed for a maximum of two unit s credit) 31 I NEUROBIOLOGY (4) Brain structure and function. Psychologi cal , neurophysiological and ho1-mone correlat es of behavior emphasized . Labo ratory study of brai n anat omy, electro physiology, elect rode implant techniques and hormone and drug experimentation . Three hours lecture, four hours laborato ry. Prerequisite I 00 or I I I . Lab fee $20 . 312 CELL A ND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (3) The structure, function and methods of studyi ng tissues, cells and organelles . Mo lecular, gene and chromosome bio logy. Th ree hou1-s lecture, one hour discussion/ quiz . Prerequisit e I I I , Chemistry 30 I. Laboratory st udy emphasizing cell and tissue cul t ure techniques, methodo logy in cell physiology, molecular biology, cytoge netics, photomicrography and histological techniques. Six hours laboratory, one hour discussion/quiz. Prerequisites I I I , Chem istry 30 I. Lab fee : $ 35. 322 LABO RATORY IN CELL AND MOLECULAR BIO LOGY (2) 333 NATURAL HISTORY O F BAJA CALIFORNIA (3) Systematics, distribution, behavior and ecology of t he common plants and animals of Baja. Emphasis on desert ecology, bird and whale migrations. Lecture and an ex tended field t rip. Prerequisites: I 00 or I I I and I I 0. Trip fee $200 . 342 GENETICS (3) Princi ples of heredity including Mende lian, molecular, cytogenet ics and human ge net ics with emphasis on human genetic dis eases. Prerequisite: I 00 or I I I
Directed research (l iterature or labora tory) in selected areas of biology with writ ten and/or oral presentations by students; intended to st imu late inqu iry and creative thought May be used for general educa tion science requirements. 211 INVERTEBRATE BIOLOGY (4) Taxonomy and morphology of inverte brate animal phyla; laboratory dissection of invertebrates. Three hours lecture, four hours laboratory. Prerequisite: I 00 or I I I . Lab fee $20. 221 MICROBIOLOGY (4) Beneficial and pathogenic significance of microorgan isms (bacteria, fungi, protozoa, viruses); identification, control and meth odology. Three hours lecture, four hours laboratory. Prerequisites: Chemistry IO I or I 05. Lab fee $20. 222 BOTANY (4) The study of the organs, t issues, func tions and responses to environment of typical flowering plants and the morphol ogy and life history of the major plant groups. Some classification of local forms is included and a plant anatomy project is re qu ired using the scann ing electron micro scope. Three hours lecture, four hours laboratory. Prerequisite: I 00 or I I I. Lab fee: $20. 262 NATURAL HISTORY OF SOUTH ERN CALI FORNIA (4) Common plants and an imals of south ern California emphasizing those easily ob served and collected. Life history, identifi cat ion and ecological relationships of local forms stressed. Man's impact and usage of the southern California ecosystem. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory (in cluding four extended field tr ips). Prereq uisites: I 00, I IO or I I I . Transportat ion fee $35.
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