Biology 230. Genetics.

Study of the process of heredity at a more advanced level than Biology 122. A problem-solving, seminar-oriented course integrating principles of evolution, classical Mendelian genetics, non-Mendelian inheritance patterns, chromosome mapping and mutations, sex determination, extra nuclear inheritance, and the following subcategories of genetics: behavioral, population, evolutionary and conservation. Prerequisites: Biology 122 and 123.

Course Information
  • Credit:3
  • Term:Fall
Department
Biology

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