Genetics (BIO 260)

A study of the basic principles and problems of classical, biochemical, and molecular genetics; including Mendelian inheritance, chromosomes, mutation, linkage mapping, DNA structure, gene expression and an introduction to recombinant DNA technology. Laboratory experiments provide an introduction to genetics and molecular biology; including studies of inheritance using organisms such as Drosophila, cloning, gel electrophoresis and the polymerase chain reaction. This course is subject to a course fee.


The following courses must be taken prior to this course
BIO 152 - Principles of Biology II with a minimum grade of C
CHE 151 - Principles of Chemistry I with a minimum grade of C
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