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Besides these monogenic forms, genome-wide association studies have identified susceptibility factors to develop Parkinson’s disease.

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Laboratory work accompanying BIO ,with emphasis on study and identification of bacteria. Representative experiments to illustrate basic principles of animal physiology.

Parkinson’s disease, Monogenic forms, Genetic susceptibility, Genetic diagnosis. Chartier-Harlin abA. Lectures on main animal groups, their life cycles, development, body plan, functional organisation including metabolism and their adaptation to different environments. Structure et fonction des cellules et des organelles, avec accent sur: Utilisation of energy during mendeliebne and prolonged food deprivation.

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BIO Principles of Biology 3,0,0 3 cr. Physiological adaptations of plants to different environments, effects of factors such as soils and climate on plant growth and physiology. Plant Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Methodology and advanced instrumentation will be presented.

How representative individual healthy organisms respond to various natural or anthropogenic physical environmental parameters such as temperature, water, pH, electromagnetic radiation including UV, gases, pressure and heavy metals.

Journal page Archives Contents list. The origin and impact of natural diversity and environmental factors on metabolic processes of cells, tissues and organisms. Lectures will emphasize how these techniques have been used to isolate, identify and express genes that are useful in medicine, agriculture and industry. Case studies and exercises in using statistical analysis packages.

The student must have completed the requirements for the B. Movements within and by cells including muscles.

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The course will combine elements of plant biochemistry, physiology and molecular biology. Topics covered will include respiration, circulation, osmoregulation, excretion, energy metabolism and thermoregulation.

An introduction to plant gene structure and function, cloning into plants and the manipulation of plant genes. Physiologie et biochimie des plantes. A two session research project will be done under the supervision of a professor in the department.


Pesticides and the Environment. Introduction to Mendel’s laws of inheritance; application of Mendelian analysis to problems in genetics including: Introduction to Organismal Biology. Comparative Metabolism of Animals.

This course will introduce basic ideas about DNA cloning and manipulation. The human species’ place, and what it means to be, within the Kingdom Animalia.

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You can move this window by clicking on the headline. Biologie des algues et des champignons. Honours Research This course is more demanding than BIO and is primarily designed to prepare a student for graduate studies in a selected field of biology. Structure and function of natural terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Experiments in Animal Physiology. Excitable cells including sensory and information systems, endocrinology, and muscles.

Consequences of violating assumptions of different tests. Physics and chemistry of lakes and streams, ecology of their biota.

Characterization and classification of micro- organisms, including bacteria, fungi, algae and viruses.