Microbio & Molecular Biol College of Life Sciences
Fundamentals of protein and nucleic acid structure and their function in the context of the classical experiments that have informed our current models of biology at the molecular level.
Fall, Winter, Spring
Chem 105 or Chem 111
Also offered by BYU Independent Study; enroll anytime throughout year; one year to complete; additional tuition required.
Collaborate with other students to solve challenging problems, to clarify ideas and concepts, and to learn from one another in a spirit of cooperation and integrity
Molecular Functions, Structures, Processes, and Mechanisms
Describe and compare the functions and molecular structures of DNA, RNA, and protein, and explain the processes and regulatory mechanisms governing the synthesis of each.
Molecular Biology Techniques
Explain a variety of molecular biology techniques, and interpret experimental results obtained using the various methods.
Solve unfamiliar problems by applying the information and principles mastered through Learning Outcomes 1 and 2