Genes to Genomics (BIOL 226.3)

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BIOL 226 01 January 2018 Christopher Todd
BIOL 226 L01 January 2018 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L02 January 2018 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L03 January 2018 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L04 January 2018 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L05 January 2018 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L06 January 2018 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L07 January 2018 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L08 January 2018 Vasudevan Penugonde
 
BIOL 226 01 September 2017 Andres Posso-Terranova
BIOL 226 L01 September 2017 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L02 September 2017 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L03 September 2017 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L04 September 2017 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L05 September 2017 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L06 September 2017 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L07 September 2017 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L08 September 2017 Vasudevan Penugonde
 
BIOL 226 01 July 2017 Carlos Egydio de Carvalho
 
BIOL 226 01 January 2017 Carlos Egydio de Carvalho
BIOL 226 L1 January 2017 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L2 January 2017 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L3 January 2017 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L4 January 2017 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L5 January 2017 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L6 January 2017 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L7 January 2017 Vasudevan Penugonde
 
BIOL 226 01 September 2016 Jose Andres
BIOL 226 L1 September 2016 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L2 September 2016 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L3 September 2016 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L4 September 2016 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L5 September 2016 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L6 September 2016 Vasudevan Penugonde
BIOL 226 L7 September 2016 Vasudevan Penugonde
 
BIOL 226 01 July 2016
 
BIOL 226 01 January 2016

Description

Content ranges from Mendelian genetics to computational procedures based on the complete genome. Examples from eukaryotic species, including humans, are emphasized. Topics include classical transmission genetics, cytogenetics, DNA structure and replication, gene function, mutation and repair, regulation, recombinant DNA technology, and structural, functional and comparative genomics.

Prerequisite(s)

BIOL 120.

Note

BIOL 121 is h4 class="course_details"ly recommended. Students with credit for BIOL 211 will not receive credit for BIOL 226.

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