Prerequisites: Biology 40S or its equivalent

A basic course in biological principles, dealing with structures and processes common to most living things. This includes a study of the structure and function of the cell, the kinds of chemical compounds found in organisms, important metabolic processes such as photosynthesis and respiration, the nature and transmission of hereditary material (genetics), and the relationship of those genetic principles to the process of evolution. This course will normally be considered a prerequisite for all further courses in Biology.

3 lecture hours per term , 3 laboratory hours per term , one term

Successors: 12:271, 14:163, 14:260, 14:261, 14:262, 14:263, 14:264, 14:267, 14:270, 14:271, 14:273, 14:274, 14:275, 14:282, 14:291, 14:293, 14:362, 14:367, 14:380, 14:479, 14:481, 14:482, 18:363, 18:482, 31:273, 31:368, 38:273, 38:275, 68:271, 94:265, 94:368.

Transfer Equivalents: Look up 15:162 in the BU Course Transfer Database.