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LECTURE 1 Tuesday, January 10 Introduction to Mendel What is “distance learning”? Why study Genetics? Course mechanics Mendel and his discoveries Monohybrid cross: following one trait How to do well in this course
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Course website ted.ucsd.edu
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Schedule of lectures Lectures 1-9 : modes of inheritance – Midterm on lecture 1 through lecture 8 or 9 Lectures 10-19: molecular genetics and applications of genetics – Final will emphasize lectures 10-19 but will also include material from lectures 1-9
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Mastering Genetics masteringgenetics.com ?s: [email protected]
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Section enrollment Enroll in a specific section Sections open to all A00/B00 students Enrollment will begin on January 13 Use this website: sections.ucsd.edu Sections will first meet in week 3 More on this topic on Thursday
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How is information inherited? Why do children look like their parents? Preformation: the homunculus
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How is information inherited? Why do children look like their parents? -The “blood” theory -The “jigsaw” theory -The “blending” theory
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Gregor Mendel’s breakthrough: principles of inheritance Age 21 became a monk Returned to school at age 29:
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