BIOL3050-D2.LAB: Principles of Genetics.F15.Makarevitch,Irina
LAB: Principles of Genetics
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Goals: To acquire an understanding of the basic principles of transmission genetics, molecular genetics and population genetics. Students will be able to explain these principles and discuss projects and problems in which these principles are relevant. To gain experience in the practice of science by posing scientific questions, designing experiments or observations to answer these questions and presenting the results of these studies in a public forum. To increase skills in the following areas: Oral and written communication, use of the computer as a scientific tool, functioning as a member of a goal directed team. Content: Mendelian genetics, genetic mapping, cytogenetics and chromosome abnormalities, genetic engineering methods and applications, genomics, gene regulation and developmental genetics, the genetics of cancer, population genetics and microevolution. Taught: Fall term Prerequisites: CHEM 1130 or CHEM 1500 (grade of C- or better) or concurrent registration; BIOL 1820 (grade of C- or better), or consent of the instructor NOTE: Students must concurrently register for a lecture and a corresponding 0-credit lab section of this course. Credits: 4
Makarevitch, Irina, "BIOL3050-D2.LAB: Principles of Genetics.F15.Makarevitch,Irina" (2015). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 5605.