BIO 411 Embryo Biotechnology

The fundamentals of pre-implantation, mammalian, embryonic development in select species and analysis of the techniques used in embryo biotechnology, such as cloning, human assisted reproductive technologies, transgenesis, genome editing, and regenerative medicine. Includes discussion of applications and ethical issues surrounding embryo manipulation.

Cross-listed with BIO 511. No credit for this course if you have credit for the cross-listed equivalent.

Credits

3

Cross Listed Courses

Cross-listed with BIO 511. No credit for this course if you have credit for the cross-listed equivalent.

Prerequisite

BIO 200 and BIO 290 or BMS 201 and BMS 390 or permission of department chair

General Education

Offered

  • Irregular