BIOL 352 - Genetics
Detailed study of classical transmission, molecular quantitative and population genetics. Included will be current observations and concepts of the nature, organization, function and regulation of the expression of genetic material. Subject matter includes mechanisms of genetic conveyance, recombination, mapping, mutation and repair, RNA and DNA viruses, karyotyping, human genetics, and genetics of organelles. Three hours of lecture. One hour of discussion. Three hours of laboratory.
Prerequisite(s): For Biochemistry Majors: BIOL 210 , BIOL 211 with grades of C (2.0) or better.
For Biology Majors: BIOL 210 , BIOL 211 , BIOL 212 , and BIOL 215 with grades of C (2.0) or better.
For Biotechnology Majors: BIOL 210 ,BIOL 211 , and BIOL 215 with grades of C (2.0) or better.
Or enrollment in the Biological Sciences graduate program.
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