Introductory Biochemistry MCELLBI X105
Understand the basic chemistry and overall structure of the most important biological macromolecules presented in this nonlab course, including the study of enzyme catalysis; cellular architecture; intermediary metabolism; and special processes such as photosynthesis, biological oxidation and energy production. Explore the various ways that biological systems react to their environment.
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Applies Toward the Following Certificate(s) and Program(s)
PrerequisitesCollege-level courses in elementary chemistry and biology required. One or two semesters of organic chemistry is recommended.
- 3 semester units
- Course Fee credit (3 units) $850.00