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BIOSCI 351

: Molecular Genetics
2022 Semester One (1223)
The analysis of genetic material in prokaryotes, viruses, yeast, plants and humans is addressed. The means by which genetic information is transferred and the mechanisms underlying genome diversity will be examined, together with the study of eukaryote genomes at the level of chromosome structure and organisation. The molecular mechanisms underpinning selected inherited human disorders will be discussed as well as the role of model species in understanding normal and perturbed biological pathways.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 202
177

BIOSCI 351

: Molecular Genetics
2021 Semester One (1213)
The analysis of genetic material in prokaryotes, viruses, yeast, plants and humans is addressed. The means by which genetic information is transferred and the mechanisms underlying genome diversity will be examined, together with the study of eukaryote genomes at the level of chromosome structure and organisation. The molecular mechanisms underpinning selected inherited human disorders will be discussed as well as the role of model species in understanding normal and perturbed biological pathways.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 202
178

BIOSCI 351

: Molecular Genetics
2020 Semester One (1203)
The analysis of genetic material in prokaryotes, viruses, yeast, plants and humans is addressed. The means by which genetic information is transferred and the mechanisms underlying genome diversity will be examined, together with the study of eukaryote genomes at the level of chromosome structure and organisation. The molecular mechanisms underpinning selected inherited human disorders will be discussed as well as the role of model species in understanding normal and perturbed biological pathways.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 202
179

BIOSCI 353

: Molecular and Cellular Regulation
2024 Semester Two (1245)
The molecular mechanisms which mediate intracellular sorting and targeting of biologically active molecules and the networks of intracellular and extracellular signals which regulate cell function form the focus of this course. The roles of growth factors, oncogenes, plasma membrane receptors, nuclear receptors, ion channels and membrane transporters are emphasised.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 203
180

BIOSCI 353

: Molecular and Cellular Regulation
2023 Semester Two (1235)
The molecular mechanisms which mediate intracellular sorting and targeting of biologically active molecules and the networks of intracellular and extracellular signals which regulate cell function form the focus of this course. The roles of growth factors, oncogenes, plasma membrane receptors, nuclear receptors, ion channels and membrane transporters are emphasised.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 203
181

BIOSCI 353

: Molecular and Cellular Regulation
2022 Semester Two (1225)
The molecular mechanisms which mediate intracellular sorting and targeting of biologically active molecules and the networks of intracellular and extracellular signals which regulate cell function form the focus of this course. The roles of growth factors, oncogenes, plasma membrane receptors, nuclear receptors, ion channels and membrane transporters are emphasised.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 203
182

BIOSCI 353

: Molecular and Cellular Regulation
2021 Semester Two (1215)
The molecular mechanisms which mediate intracellular sorting and targeting of biologically active molecules and the networks of intracellular and extracellular signals which regulate cell function form the focus of this course. The roles of growth factors, oncogenes, plasma membrane receptors, nuclear receptors, ion channels and membrane transporters are emphasised.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 203
183

BIOSCI 353

: Molecular and Cellular Regulation
2020 Semester Two (1205)
The molecular mechanisms which mediate intracellular sorting and targeting of biologically active molecules and the networks of intracellular and extracellular signals which regulate cell function form the focus of this course. The roles of growth factors, oncogenes, plasma membrane receptors, nuclear receptors, ion channels and membrane transporters are emphasised.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 203
184

BIOSCI 355

: Genomics and Genome Biology
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Biological information is coded in and expressed from genomes. This course explores methods for detecting structural and functional elements of genomes, plus the wider genome biology of eukaryotic and prokaryotic systems. Students will learn how genomic data is generated and analysed, how genomes evolve, and how genomic information is expressed and regulated.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 202
Restriction: BIOINF 301, BIOSCI 354
185

BIOSCI 355

: Genomics and Genome Biology
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Biological information is coded in and expressed from genomes. This course explores methods for detecting structural and functional elements of genomes, plus the wider genome biology of eukaryotic and prokaryotic systems. Students will learn how genomic data is generated and analysed, how genomes evolve, and how genomic information is expressed and regulated.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 202
Restriction: BIOINF 301, BIOSCI 354
186

BIOSCI 355

: Genomics and Genome Biology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Biological information is coded in and expressed from genomes. This course explores methods for detecting structural and functional elements of genomes, plus the wider genome biology of eukaryotic and prokaryotic systems. Students will learn how genomic data is generated and analysed, how genomes evolve, and how genomic information is expressed and regulated.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 202
Restriction: BIOINF 301, BIOSCI 354
187

BIOSCI 355

: Genomics and Genome Biology
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Biological information is coded in and expressed from genomes. This course explores methods for detecting structural and functional elements of genomes, plus the wider genome biology of eukaryotic and prokaryotic systems. Students will learn how genomic data is generated and analysed, how genomes evolve, and how genomic information is expressed and regulated.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 202
Restriction: BIOINF 301, BIOSCI 354
188

BIOSCI 355

: Genomics and Genome Biology
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Biological information is coded in and expressed from genomes. This course explores methods for detecting structural and functional elements of genomes, plus the wider genome biology of eukaryotic and prokaryotic systems. Students will learn how genomic data is generated and analysed, how genomes evolve, and how genomic information is expressed and regulated.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 202
Restriction: BIOINF 301, BIOSCI 354
189

BIOSCI 356

: Developmental Biology and Cancer
2024 Semester One (1243)
Molecular, cellular and genetic aspects of normal and abnormal development focusing on a variety of model systems including drosophila, the zebrafish and the mouse. Molecular events underlying the development of body form, the differentiation of specific tissues such as the blood, and abnormalities of development which contribute to diseases of the body such as cancer. Implications of transgenic techniques on development.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201
190

BIOSCI 356

: Developmental Biology and Cancer
2023 Semester One (1233)
Molecular, cellular and genetic aspects of normal and abnormal development focusing on a variety of model systems including drosophila, the zebrafish and the mouse. Molecular events underlying the development of body form, the differentiation of specific tissues such as the blood, and abnormalities of development which contribute to diseases of the body such as cancer. Implications of transgenic techniques on development.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201
191

BIOSCI 356

: Developmental Biology and Cancer
2022 Semester One (1223)
Molecular, cellular and genetic aspects of normal and abnormal development focusing on a variety of model systems including drosophila, the zebrafish and the mouse. Molecular events underlying the development of body form, the differentiation of specific tissues such as the blood, and abnormalities of development which contribute to diseases of the body such as cancer. Implications of transgenic techniques on development.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201
192

BIOSCI 356

: Developmental Biology and Cancer
2021 Semester One (1213)
Molecular, cellular and genetic aspects of normal and abnormal development focusing on a variety of model systems including drosophila, the zebrafish and the mouse. Molecular events underlying the development of body form, the differentiation of specific tissues such as the blood, and abnormalities of development which contribute to diseases of the body such as cancer. Implications of transgenic techniques on development.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201
193

BIOSCI 356

: Developmental Biology and Cancer
2020 Semester One (1203)
Molecular, cellular and genetic aspects of normal and abnormal development focusing on a variety of model systems including drosophila, the zebrafish and the mouse. Molecular events underlying the development of body form, the differentiation of specific tissues such as the blood, and abnormalities of development which contribute to diseases of the body such as cancer. Implications of transgenic techniques on development.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201
194

BIOSCI 358

: Nutritional Science
2024 Semester Two (1245)
The scientific basis of nutrition focusing on its biochemistry and physiology in health and disease. Nutritional aspects of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins and trace nutrients are covered in an integrated manner. The methodologies which underpin nutritional science and its applications are included. Reference will be made to a broad range of examples, and a number of specific nutritional topics of current interest will also be included.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 203
195

BIOSCI 358

: Nutritional Science
2023 Semester Two (1235)
The scientific basis of nutrition focusing on its biochemistry and physiology in health and disease. Nutritional aspects of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins and trace nutrients are covered in an integrated manner. The methodologies which underpin nutritional science and its applications are included. Reference will be made to a broad range of examples, and a number of specific nutritional topics of current interest will also be included.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 203
196

BIOSCI 358

: Nutritional Science
2022 Semester Two (1225)
The scientific basis of nutrition focusing on its biochemistry and physiology in health and disease. Nutritional aspects of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins and trace nutrients are covered in an integrated manner. The methodologies which underpin nutritional science and its applications are included. Reference will be made to a broad range of examples, and a number of specific nutritional topics of current interest will also be included.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 203
197

BIOSCI 358

: Nutritional Science
2021 Semester Two (1215)
The scientific basis of nutrition focusing on its biochemistry and physiology in health and disease. Nutritional aspects of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins and trace nutrients are covered in an integrated manner. The methodologies which underpin nutritional science and its applications are included. Reference will be made to a broad range of examples, and a number of specific nutritional topics of current interest will also be included.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 203
198

BIOSCI 358

: Nutritional Science
2020 Semester Two (1205)
The scientific basis of nutrition focusing on its biochemistry and physiology in health and disease. Nutritional aspects of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins and trace nutrients are covered in an integrated manner. The methodologies which underpin nutritional science and its applications are included. Reference will be made to a broad range of examples, and a number of specific nutritional topics of current interest will also be included.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 203
199

BIOSCI 394

: Terrestrial Ecology and Conservation
2024 Semester One (1243)
Explores theoretical ecology from populations to ecosystems. Applies ecological theory to conservation management through a cross-disciplinary lens in the context of social and cultural values. Students will test theoretical hypotheses in the field, conduct an ecological site assessment for conservation management and learn to use population viability analysis to assess risks to threatened populations.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 206, 220
200

BIOSCI 394

: Terrestrial Ecology and Conservation
2023 Semester One (1233)
Explores theoretical ecology from populations to ecosystems. Applies ecological theory to conservation management through a cross-disciplinary lens in the context of social and cultural values. Students will test theoretical hypotheses in the field, conduct an ecological site assessment for conservation management and learn to use population viability analysis to assess risks to threatened populations.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 206 and 220, or 104 and 30 points at Stage II in either Biological Sciences or Geography