BIO 296 - Genomics I

An introduction to genomics through the study of prokaryotic and eukaryotic (including human) genomes, comparative genomics, and phylogenetic analysis. The lab is a course-based authentic research experience in which novel soil viruses are discovered, purified, characterized, visualized by electron microscopy, and sequenced by 'next-gen' sequency technology.

Prerequisite(s): 'C' or better in BIO 102 , BIO 103, and freshman or sophmore status.

4 credit(s).

Last Term Offered: Fall 2018