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Molecular biology, biophysics & biochemistry (C7)

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HESA Subject Description CUG Subject
Molecular biology, biophysics & biochemistry (C700) The scientific study of the chemical compounds and reactions occurring in the cells of living organisms including the molecular and biochemical analysis of life processes. Involves aspects of cellular organisation processes. and specialisation and how the structure and function of DNA, RNA proteins, enzymes and membranes determine biological. Biological Sciences
Applied molecular biology, biophysics & biochemistry (C710) Topics in Molecular Biology, Biophysics and Biochemistry of commercial or social importance. Biological Sciences
Biological chemistry (C720) The study of the molecules and compounds that make up cells and organisms; how they are formed and how they interact. Includes the study of Molecular Biology. Biological Sciences
Metabolic biochemistry (C730) Covers the biochemical aspects of metabolic processes. Biological Sciences
Medical & veterinary biochemistry (C740) The study of the molecular basis of health and illness. Biological Sciences
Medical biochemistry (C741) Covers the biochemical aspects of metabolic processes in humans. Biological Sciences
Veterinary biochemistry (C742) Covers the biochemical aspects of metabolic processes in animals. Biological Sciences
Plant biochemistry (C750) Concerned with cellular processes in plants including the understanding of the expression of genetic information. Biological Sciences
Biomolecular science (C760) The study of the molecular processes in the life sciences. Biological Sciences
Biophysical science (C770) The use of the methods of physical science in the biological sciences. Biological Sciences
Molecular biology, biophysics & biochemistry not elsewhere classified (C790) Miscellaneous grouping for related subjects which do not fit into other Molecular Biology, Biophysics and Biochemistry categories. To be used sparingly. Biological Sciences