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BIOL 230 : Introductory Biology I

Prerequisites: Restricted to majors and minors in biology and biochemistry, majors in kinesiology, and majors in environmental studies under the natural resources management and conservation concentration. Undergraduate students; score of 50 or above on Entry Level Mathematics (ELM) examination or approved exemption, or MATH/ESM 70 with grade of C- or better. Passing score on math and writing skills diagnostic test administered the first day of class. Recommended: CHEM 115; and qualified for ENG 114 or ENG 209.
Description: Intended for biology majors. Fundamentals of biology: chemical basis of life, cell structure, bioenergetics, plant and animal physiology, and genetics. Classwork, 3 units; laboratory, 2 units. Extra fee required.
Units: 5
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