MOL 342 (STN)
Basic principles of genetics illustrated with examples from prokaryote and eukaryote organisms with emphasis on classic genetic techniques. The evolving conception of the gene and genome will be the primary focus of the course. Selected advanced topics will include Drosophila developmental genetics, yeast cell biology and human disease.
Sample reading list:
Griffiths, Wessler, et al., An Introduction to Genetic Analysis, 10th Edition
Scott, Sia, Brockett, Fixsen and Lavitt, Mega Solutions Manual for Introduction to Genetic Analysis
Assigned readings from texts and handouts. Two exams. Problem sets.
Mid Term Exam - 35%
Final Exam - 45%
Problem set(s) - 20%
Course is required for concentrators
Not Open to Freshmen.
Prerequisites and Restrictions:
MOL 214 or 215 or by permission of instructor.
No course in the biological sciences or other departmental courses may be taken pass/D/fail by molecular biology concentrators.
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