BIOC31H3 Plant Development and Biotechnology

A central question of developmental biology is how does a single cell become a complex organism. This lecture course focuses on molecular and cellular mechanisms that control developmental processes in plants, including embryonic, vegetative, reproductive development; hormone signal transduction pathways; analysis of mutants, transgenic plants and their connection to biotechnology.

Prerequisite: 
Exclusion: 

CSB340H, (BOT340H)

Breadth Requirements: 
Natural Sciences