University of Calgary

PLBI 543 - Plant Cell and Developmental Biology - Winter 2017

Physiology, biochemistry, molecular and cellular aspects of plant growth and development. Emphasis on the co-ordinated regulation of gene expression, cell-cell communication, and signalling during development. Discussion on the methods used to study development, such as mutants of Arabidopsis and other model systems.
This course may not be repeated for credit.


  • H(3-3)


  • Offered during odd-even dated academic years. Enrolment in this course may be limited. See Program Details in the Faculty of Science section of this Calendar. Also known as: (formerly Botany 543)


  • Biology 331 and one of Botany 303 or 321 or Plant Biology 403 or 421.


This course will be offered next in Winter 2018.
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