|Course Title:||Development and Reproduction|
|Faculty Package / Core / Elective:||Major Elective|
|Year of Study:||Year 3 or above|
Professor FOK Kin Lam Ellis
This course aims to provide students an overview on the development of a complex, multi-organs organism from a single cell unit known as zygote, and the generation of inheritable gametes for fertilization that later form the zygote. Students will learn the concepts of cell growth, differentiation, morphogenesis, senescence and the underlying regulatory mechanisms through a series of lectures, tutorials and practical sessions. Students will also learn the most-updated development and the applications in the field. Students will need to participate in tutorial discussions; to complete sets of problem-based learning questions and laboratory reports; and to complete a final exam.
To fulfill the requirement of Concentration Area A, select any 6 Units of courses from SBMS3202, SBMS3203, SBMS3204, SBMS3205, SBMS3206.
|Offering Year:||2019/20 onwards|
Note: Course details and requirement are to be updated from time to time. Students are advised to visit this website and CUSIS for the most updated information.