|98-4041/2 Mammalian Reproductive Biology F(2-2)/W(2-2) [1.00]|
This multidisciplinary course examines medically significant aspects of mammalian reproduction in detail. The basic medical disciplines will provide the basis for the analysis of key reproductive processes which will be presented in the context of modern techniques of reproductive manipulation and the ethical problems they pose. This is a two-semester course. When you select it you will be assigned to 98-4041 in the Fall semester and 98-4042 in the Winter semester. A grade will not be assigned to 98-4041 until 98-4042 has been completed.
|Prerequisites: (1 of 07-307, 75-2952, 75-4951/2, 92-209, 98-301), (1 of 07-323 , 92-300, 98-303), (98-311, 98-312 or permission of instructor).|
|1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar|