Course Detail


BIOL 207 Genetics 3.00 credits
This course promotes an understanding of the molecular mechanisms that shape the flow of biological information at three different levels: within individuals, in the expression of genotypic information as a physical phenotype; across generations, in the transmission of traits and other information during reproduction; and among populations over longer time frames, as a result of evolutionary forces. The course will use case studies of specific biological phenomena as contexts for exploring the topics. Fall and Spring.
 
Prerequisite: BIOL 106 Minimum Grade: C- and CHEM 101 Minimum Grade: D
Concurrent: BIOL 207L