Course in Cellbiology, Animal and Plant Physiology

Umeå University, Faculty of Science and Technology

Program Description

Course in Cellbiology, Animal and Plant Physiology

Umeå University, Faculty of Science and Technology

Cellbiology, Animal and Plant Physiology


The separate courses includes lectures, seminars, and practical laboratory work. The Cellbiology course comprises comprehensive theoretical knowledge of the most central parts of modern Molecular Cell Biology. The course also covers the concept of malignant cell growth and provides examples of molecular mechanisms behind tumor progression. The Animal and Plant Physiology course focus on multicellular animals and vascular plants. Different organism levels, from molecular to physiological, are integrated. Structure and function of animal organ and organ systems are considered in the following context; circulation, respiration, nervous systems, endocrine systems, excretion, nutrition, and developmental biology. Concerning plants there is special emphasis on photosynthesis, cell walls, anatomy, growth and flowering.


Level of education: Basic with academic experience

Eligibility: Proficiency in English equivalent to Swedish upper secondary course English B. 30 ECTS-credits in Chemistry including 7,5 ECTS-credits in Biochemistry, and also 15 ECTS-credits in Molecular Biology and classical Genetics.

General Information

30.0 ECTS

Period: Spring Term 2013, weeks 04-23


Location: Umeå


Language: English


Study form: Daytime, 100% tempo, Normal Studies


Selection: Academic credits


Courses


Cell Biology, 15.0 ECTS

Animal and Plant Physiology, 15.0 ECTS


Animal and Plant Physiology

This basic course in Animal and Plant Physiology, focus on multicellular animals and vascular plants. Different organism levels, from molecular to physiological, are integrated. Structure and function of animal organ and organ systems are considered in the following context; circulation, respiration, nervous systems, endocrine systems, excretion, nutrition, and developmental biology. Concerning plants there is special emphasis on photosynthesis, cell walls, anatomy, growth and flowering.


Information about Fees


Application and tuition fees will be introduced for citizens outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland, beginning with the autumn term 2011.


Tuition fee, first instalment: SEK 67500
Total fee: SEK 67500

This school offers programs in:
  • English


Last updated June 2, 2016
Duration & Price
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Start date
Jan. 15, 2017
Duration
Duration
19 weeks
Full time
Price
Price
67,500 SEK
Information
Deadline
Start date Jan. 15, 2017
Place
Sweden Umeå
Application deadline Request Info
End date June 2, 2017
Duration 19 weeks
Price 67,500 SEK