Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources Biochemistry (CASNR)

Majors in Biochemistry will be able to:

  1. Apply the basic principles of the physical sciences to the study of biological systems to explain how organisms consume and convert energy to enable the processes of life.
  2. Attribute the function and regulation of biomolecules to specific macromolecular structures through the use of quantitative and analytical computational techniques.
  3. Explain the flow of information through biological systems and predict the impact of environmental or biological variables on system output.
  4. Analyze, interpret, critique and communicate data and ideas concerning topics at the forefront of biochemistry.


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