Genetics

Biology 310

Usual Description

The study of heredity has evolved into a discipline whose limits are continually expanded by innovative molecular technologies. This course explores the experimental basis for our current understanding of the structures, functions and inheritance of genes. The applications of molecular genetic approaches to address a variety of Eukaryotic and prokaryotic genetics with illustrative material from viruses, bacteria, plants, and humans is presented. The laboratory part of the course provides an experimental introduction to classical and modern genetic analysis.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Biology 310
Biology 310 Taught by Maureen Peters
Biology 310 Taught by Maureen Peters
Biology 310 Taught by Nick Ruppel
Biology 310 Taught by Katherine Cullen or Maureen Peters
Biology 310 Taught by Maureen Peters
Biology 310 Taught by Katherine Cullen or Maureen Peters
Biology 310 Taught by Katherine Cullen