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203.212 Principles of Genetics (15 credits)
An introductory course on the principles and applications of genetics, with an emphasis on problem solving. Students will review the topics of gene structure and function before they learn about how genetic variation and genetic inheritance affect populations of organisms. Students will be introduced to the details of cellular genetics and chromosome structure, location and function. Students will be given tools that will allow them to consider population genetics, quantitative genetics, genomics and an overview of both classic and modern methods of genetic analysis.
General Prerequisite: At least 45 credits from 100 level.
- Restriction(s): 203.202
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