The course aims to provide students with: i) knowledge of the organization and structure of the human body and of the apparatuses, systems and organs that constitute it, according to a systematic and topographical orientation; ii) the understanding of the mechanisms by which this organization is achieved through organogenesis, using macroscopic, microscopic and molecular methods.
Expected learning outcomes
Students: a) know the fundamental molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying genetic and epigenetic control of cells and organisms; b) know the male and female gametogenesis, highlighting biological and genetic differences and effects; c) are able to describe the transmission of inherited traits and the mechanisms that regulate normal and pathological phenotypic variation in humans; d) analyze and interpret the results of molecular and genetic tests in clinical practice.
Lesson period: First semester
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