Course Descriptions

BIOL 48100 Eukaryotic Genetics

Session Offered:

Spring Credit 3.0

Prerequisites:

BIOL 24100 or 28000 or AGRY 32000.

Description:

A study of the processes of genetic continuity in eukaryotes and of the roles of genes in development.  Principles of gene transmission, mutation, organization, and regulation will be discussed using examples from animals, plants, and fungi.  Emphasis will be placed on the power of the molecular and classical genetic approaches to illuminate complex biological phenomena.

Instructor(s):

Maureen C. McCann


E-mail:
mmccann@purdue.edu:

Textbook(s):

 

Text:  Genetics:  Analysis of Genes and Genomes
Year/Edition:  7th
ISBN:
Author(s):  Hartl, D. and Jones, E.
Publisher:  Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc.

Grading:

Two midterm exams contributing a combined 40% of the grade and a final worth 30%.  Assessment by written assignments completed as homework for 30% of the grade.



Course Format:

BIOL 48100

CRN

Sec

Type

Day

Time

Location

12245

001

Lec

TTH

130-245

LILY 2102



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