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Tentative lecture schedule, Genetics (BIO 325) Text Book : Concepts of Genetics; Klug, Cummings, Spencer and Palladino; 10 th edition DATE TOPIC READING 01-18-12 Syllabus Discussion 01-20-12 to 2-27-12 UNIT I: Genes, Chromosomes and Heredity Introduction to Genetics Ch. 1 Mitosis and Meiosis Ch. 2 Mendelian genetics Ch. 3 Extension of Mendelian Genetics Ch. 4 Chromosome mapping in Eukaryotes Ch. 5 Genetic analysis and mapping in Bacteria and Bacteriophages Ch. 6 Sex determination and sex chromosomes Ch. 7 Chromosome Mutations Ch. 8 Extranuclear Inheritance Ch. 9 2-29-12 UNIT I Lecture Test 3-2-12 to 4-4-12 UNIT II: DNA structure, Replication, Transcription, Translation and Recombinant DNA Technology DNA structure and analysis Ch. 10 DNA Replication and Recombination
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Unformatted text preview: Ch. 11 DNA organization in chromosomes Ch. 12 Genetic code and Transcription Ch. 13 Translation and Proteins Ch. 14 Recombinant DNA Technology Ch. 20 4-6-12 UNIT II Lecture Test 4-9-12 to 5/2/12 UNIT III: Gene Expression, Regulation and Development; Population Genetics Gene Mutation, DNA Repair and transposition Ch. 15 Regulation of Gene Expression in Prokaryotes Ch. 16 Regulation of Gene Expression in Eukaryotes Ch. 17 Cancer and regulation of the cell cycle Ch. 19 Epigenetics Special topics in modern genetics: III Population Genetics Ch 25 Quiz IV 5/4/12 UNIT III Lecture Test Comprehensive Final Exam: May 11 (Friday), 9-12 PM (Room to be announced)...
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