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BIO 82. Genetics. 4 Units.

The focus of the course is on the basic mechanisms underlying the transmission of genetic information and on the use of genetic analysis to study biological and medical questions. Major topics will include: (1) the use of existing genetic variation in humans and other species to identify genes that play an important role in determining traits and disease-susceptibility, (2) the analysis of mutations in model organisms and their use in the investigation of biological processes and questions and (3) using genetic information for diagnosis and the potential for genetic manipulations to treat disease. Prerequisites: None.

School of Engineering

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...following: BIO 82 Genetics , BIO 83 Biochemistry & Molecular Biology , BIO 84 Physiology or BIO 86...

Undergraduate Major Unit Requirements

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...196A , BIO 197WA , BIO 199W , BIOHOPK 47 , BIOHOPK 172H Chemistry 20-39 47-68 82...

Biology

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...than BIO/BIOHOPK 81, BIO 82, BIO 83, BIO/BIOHOPK 84, BIO/BIOHOPK 85, BIO...