BIO 301 - Genetics
Examination of classical and molecular genetics, including the physical nature of genetic material, transmission of genetic information, patterns of inheritance, linkage and gene mapping, recombinant DNA technology, gene regulation, and the history of genetics. Attention is paid to issues such as gene therapy, human cloning, and genetically modified crops.
Prerequisites & Notes
Biology 111 and 112. Chemistry 115, 160, or 201 recommended. One laboratory meeting per week. Not open to first-year students. Satisfies Group A. (Fall and Spring)