101-HTK-05, General Biology II
This course is intended primarily for science students in their third or subsequent semesters. The aim of this course is to give students an understanding of the functional and organizational unity of life from the molecular to the organismal level. Emphasis is placed on membrane phenomena, and cell signaling, energy transduction and cellular metabolism, photosynthesis, proteins and nucleic acids, gene expression and regulation, biotechnology and genomics.These study areas will also be related to some mammalian organ systems and their physiology, including the nervous, endocrine, and immune systems.Note: This course is compulsory for some university programs.