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2011-2012 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2011-2012 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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BSB 230 - General Genetics

Credits: 4


Prerequisite: BSB 101, 102 (w/labs)

An introduction to the study of the transmission and expression of genetic information. Studying molecular genetics (replication, mutation, repair, and expression of genetic material) will provide the basis of understanding of Mendelian, cellular, and population genetics. Material will include discussion of historical experiments important to the development of the field and of ethical issues raised by modern genetic technologies. This course will prepare students for more advanced topics, e.g. BSB 332 Cellular and Molecular Biology, BSM 452 Immunology, and BSB/PSC 467 Biochemistry.

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