Honors Experience in Integrative Biology

Prerequisites: Integrative Biology 135 or consent of instructor; for Electrical Engineering and Computer Science students, Electrical Engineering 105, 120 or Computer Science 184

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IPHY-4650 (5) Exercise Physiology
Examines physiological and biochemical adjustments that occur in the body with acute and chronic exercise. Topics center on physiological mechanisms pertaining to metabolic, cardiovascular, and hormonal alterations, the role of exercise in health and disease, soreness and fatigue, immune function, as well as exercise during varied environmental conditions. Restricted to students with 57-180 credits (Junior or Senior) Integrative Physiology (IPHY)or Integrative Physiology Concurrent Degree majors only. Prereqs., IPHY 2800; IPHY 3470 or IPHY 3430 (NRSC); IPHY 3480. Prereq. or coreq., IPHY 3410. Prerequisites: Restricted to students with 57-180 credits (Junior or Senior) Integrative Physiology (IPHY), Integrative Physiology Concurrent Degree or NRSC majors only.


Molecular Biology 681-682: Senior Honors Thesis

who have demonstrated excellence in the Earth Sciences major or the Marine Biology major.
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Description: Overview of how evolution shapes human biology. Topics include evolutionary mechanisms, human genetic variation and health, primate diversity, the fossil record, and the origins, dispersal, and behavior of anatomically modern humans. ZOOL and PHSL majors may count as elective hours only. Previously offered as ZOOL 3113.


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Prerequisites: Completion of biological prerequisites for the major and one of the following: 110 or a course in animal organismal physiology (Integrative Biology 132, 138, 140, 148, or Molecular and Cell Biology 160)

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Intended for students in the MA grant proposal track, this course explores a selected topic from multiple scientific perspectives. A discovery-based laboratory project using cell and molecular techniques complimented with lectures, discussions and field trips that investigate the ecological, environmental, and evolutionary aspects of the same topic. The laboratory project will focus on a current biological topic (such as genetically modified organisms) in accordance with the instructor's interests and expertise. One hour lecture, six hours lab per week.

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Introduction to research methods in ecology, evolution and conservation biology. Students learn field and laboratory techniques with a variety to taxa in a range of local ecosystems. Students will work with several faculty conducting research projects. Topics will include developing hypotheses, experimental design, study implementation, and statistical analyses. Students will be expected to present findings in oral and written form. Two three hour laboratory periods. Fee course.

Biological Sciences < Sacramento State

Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Biology and consent of instructor.
Examination of the current topics in biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and clinical research industry. May be repeated as topics vary.