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BIOL.2350 Genetics (Formerly 81.235)

Id: 036858 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3

Description

The theories of both classical and molecular genetics are explored with emphasis on the experimental evidence which has laid the foundation for contemporary understanding of genetics, included is the nature of the genetic material, gene action, genetic recombination, gene regulation, gene interaction, the production and inheritance of genetic phenotypes, chromosomal mechanics, and the behavior of genes in populations.

Prerequisites

C- or better in BIOL-1110 Principles of Biology l, and Co-req: BIOL.2370 Problems in Genetics.