Information for module BIOC1001
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|Module code:||BIOC1001(Add to my personalised list)|
|Title:||Biochemistry and Molecular Biology A|
|Division:||Division of Biosciences|
|Module organiser:||Dr C J Taylorson|
|Organiser's location:||Darwin Building|
|Available for students in Year(s):||1,2,|
|Module prerequisites:||A or AS level Chemistry or equivalent|
|Module outline:||Biochemistry 1001 provides a general introduction to cell biology, nucleic acids, protein structure, metabolic biochemistry, cell physiology, cell signalling, and immunology. It is a pre-requisite for several second year courses and is normally taken in year 1.|
|Module aims:||-To introduce students to the ideas and techniques of cellular and molecular biology that are essential for a basic understanding of modern biology. This course provides the foundation for second year study and supplements other course units. -To introduce students to the requirements of university study in the biological sciences and to encourage them to develop the skills they will need to succeed in their studies.|
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|Module assessment:||Unseen two-hour written examination 60.00%.|
Online exercises 10.00%.
In-class test (one hour) 30.00%.
|Notes:||For practicals you can make a choice between Wednesdays or Fridays, although normally once a choice is made you continue with that day throughout the year.|
|Taking this module as an option?:|
|Link to virtual learning environment(registered students only)|
|Last updated:||2011-01-28 13:37:18 by|