BI282 - Genetics

Explores the mechanisms of inheritance that underpin our understanding of biology. Topics include the history of genetics, mitosis, and meiosis, Mendelian and non-Mendelian inheritance, probability, sex determination, pedigree analysis, DNA and RNA structure, causes and impacts of mutation, environmental and epigenetic impacts on phenotype and natural selection. A required three-hour weekly laboratory emphasizes data collection and statistical analysis. Note: This course may not be taken as a coordinated study.



BI102 with a C or better.
*May be offered as an Honors course.
*This course is writing intensive.
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