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2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

BI 335 Neurobiology

(4 Credits)
A study at the molecular, cellular, and systems level to examine the mechanisms through which the nervous system mediates behavior, this course emphasizes current and historical experimental evidence used to define the underlying principles of the nervous system. Discussions of nervous system disorders and treatments are integrated throughout the course. Topics include development, physiology, pharmacology, and neuroanatomy. The laboratory sessions involve a range of models, fixed specimens, computer simulations; invertebrate, vertebrate, and human experiments to examine nervous system structure and function.

Three class hours and three laboratory hours weekly. Spring

Prerequisite: BI 101 , BI 102  and BI 242 , CH 101 /CH 111 , CH 102 /CH 112 ; or written permission of the instructor and Department Chair.
Corequisite: BI335L