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Unformatted text preview: GENETICS BIOL 2004 CRN 10863 What You Should Know After Taking Genetics Understand meiotic basis for behavior of parental alleles in crosses. Calculate ratios of progeny from crosses and statistical significance of variation from expected values. Identify factors altering ratios of progeny in crosses. Characterize genetics of additive and multigene traits. Describe chromosome structure and variation. Describe the flow of information from DNA to RNA and protein. Describe mutation and mutagenesis. Describe mechanisms of regulation of gene expression. Understand the methods used in genetics, recombinant DNA technology, and genomics. Prerequisites: General Chemistry and Chemistry Laboratory Principles or General Biology and Biology Laboratory Cell and Molecular Biology (Strongly Recommended) Text: Pierce, B.A. Genetics A Conceptual Approach , Second Edition, 2005 Instructor: Joseph O. Falkinham, III, 5008 Derring 231-5931, email@example.com , Office Hours: Fridays, 2:00 PM 5:00 PM or appointment Syllabus: Jan 15 Cell Cycle, Mitosis, Meiosis Ch 2 Jan 17 Mono and Dihybrid Crosses Ch 3 Jan 22 Sex-Linked Traits...
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