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 Bio 325 Genetics Fall 2009 Instructor: Dr. Burton Pierson Office Hours:  For coursework questions: Fri. 3-6 PM in WCH 1.120.   For individual concerns: Thur. 4-5 PM in PAI 1.22F. Other office hours are available by appointment. Contact information: Office: PAI 1.22F; Office Phone 232-1128; e-mail  [email protected]   Please speak to me in person if at all possible as you are my  top priority. Required texts: Griffiths, Anthony J.F., J.H. Miller, D.T. Suzuki, R.C. Lewontin, W.M. Gelbart.   An Introduction to  Genetic Analysis .  Ninth edition.  W.H. Freeman and Company.  San Francisco, California. Lavett, Diane K.  Student Companion with Complete Solutions for An Introduction to Genetic  Analysis .  Ninth edition. W.H. Freeman and Company.  San Francisco, California. Various supplemental readings will be assigned during the course. Course objectives:  The goal of this course is to familiarize students with the concepts, thought processes and skills  used by biologists in the field of genetics.  A more detailed description of the course content can  be found in the course schedule that follows.  Grading:  A student’s course grade will be based upon the average of five major grades and one minor  grade.  The five major grades include the quiz average, three tests and a final exam.  Eleven  quizzes will be given during the semester.  To determine the quiz grade, the lowest score will be 
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