Biol 5132, Molecular Genetics
(This course is not offered by Dr. Fang this semester)
The goals of
this course are to study the principles of molecular and Mendelian genetics in
eukaryotic system and to introduce to students the recent developments in the
areas of molecular genetics and genomics. In
addition to the body of facts associated with molecular genetics and genomics,
the recent developments in the area of biotechnology and how these technologies
affect our community, life, and health will also be discussed in the lectures.
This is a
three credit-hour lecture-course without labs.
Prerequisite: Biol 2131, Cellular and Molecular Biology
Instructor: Dr. Quentin Fang:
Office: Room 3021, M/P Building
Dr. Fang’s Research Lab: Room 3027, M/P Building
4:00-5:00PM, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday; and Friday, or by appointment.
Office Phone: 871- 1267
10:00 - 10:50AM, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, Room 2217,
A Molecular Perspective,
by William S. Klug and Michael
R. Cummings, Prentice Hall, Pearson Education, Inc. Upper Saddle river, New
Genetics: A Molecular Perspective, by William S. Klug and Michael R. Cummings, Prentice Hall, Pearson Education, Inc. Upper Saddle river, New Jersey, U.S.A.
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