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|BIOL 1906 - Genetics
Prerequisite: BIOL 1200 or BIOL 1510 or permission of instructor.
This course, designed for allied health and biotechnology science students, as
well as those seeking a degree in Biological Sciences, introduces basic principles
of heredity and mechanisms of molecular genetics. Primary topics include the
nature of genetic material, patterns of inheritance, transcriptional and
translational regulation of gene expressions, Genetic variation and how different
types of mutation may affect gene function and expression. Evolution genetics with
the emphasis on processes that affect phenotype and genotype frequency in a
population. Additional topics include gene therapy and reviewing methods used to
analyze gene structure, expression and function. Also, the course discusses and
critiques scientific issues relating to biological ethics in genetics. This course
has only lecture component.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture, Independent Study, Online, Hybrid, Online WSR Virtual Meeting req
Sciences and Math Division
Biology BIOL Department
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
Credit level BIOL 1200 Minimum Grade of C or Credit level BIOL 1510 Minimum Grade of C
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