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General Genetics

The purpose of this course is to provide students an understanding of classical genetics (basic terms, principles, Mendelian Laws, extension of Mendelian laws and non-Mendelian inheritance), molecular genetics and familiarity with research methods used in the study of genetics. The major topics covered in this course are: the continuity of life-cell division, and structure and function of DNA, three biological processes: replication, transcription and translation, types of mutations and chromosomal aberrations related to different genetic diseases. Completion of BIOL 2325 is recommended.

Credit Hours
3
Prerequisites
BIOL 1415
Additional Prerequisites

BIOL 1315 or BIOL 1415

School
School of Arts and Sciences