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FallBICD100syllabusREV - SYLLABUS BICD 100:Genetics Fall 09...

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SYLLABUS BICD 100:Genetics Fall ‘09 Lecture Wed 5:00PM-6:20 PM, Warren Lecture Hall (WLH) 2001 Instructor: Michael Burg, Ph.D. Office: HSS 1145C Email: mburg@ucsd.edu Office Hours: Wed and Fri 6:30-7:30 Course Description This course introduces students to the concepts and applications of human heredity. It deals with both classical Mendelian genetics and modern molecular genetics. Topics include gamete formation, human karyotypes, genetic crosses, sex- linked inheritance, structure and function of DNA and RNA, gene expression, transcription and translation, genetic engineering, and population genetics. Required Texts, Materials, and Web-Enhancement Required readings from: Genetics A Conceptual Approach, 3rd Edition (2008), Pierce. The Solutions and Problem-solving Manual,Choi and McCallum, is useful. Another useful book is: A Problem-Based Guide to Basic Genetics, 5 th edition, Cronkite. These are not required textbooks. Non-programmable calculator (cell phones cannot be used in place of a calculator). And cell phones need to be muted during lectures and labs All powerpoint lectures and associated handouts are available on WebCT.
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