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Fall 1987


Course syllabus for CHEM 544 Biochemistry

Course description: Biochemistry discusses the structure, functions, and transformations occurring within living cells, in terms of established chemical principles. The rapid development and expansion of every phase of biochemical knowledge in recent years has markedly enhanced our understanding of the nature of life and made biochemistry the very language of biology, encompassing very diverse phenomena. This course, Biochemistry, has been designed to introduce the student to the principles of Biochemistry, without presenting an overwhelming amount of factual material. It also makes available a body of information that can readily be used by the health sciences professional and paraprofessional, the biological sciences majors, the medical technologist, the high school teacher, and the professional in the related field.


Date derived from schedule on p. 2.