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BIOL 4436 Environmental Genomics: Lab Projects (Fall: 3 )

Course Description

In this hands on laboratory, each student will learn the technical skills necessary to undertake research projects on the health and genetic diversity of animal species in New England and various global ecosystems. Techniques learned to accomplish projects will include extraction of DNA and RNA, polymerase chain reaction for analysis of biodiversity and disease prevalence and quantitative real time PCR for analysis of gene expression.

Instructor(s): Laura Hake

Prerequisites: BI201 (or 202), BI204 (or BI310-311) and ONE of the following (BI305, BI315, BI440).

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Comments: Lab fee required.

Last Updated: 24-Jun-17