Genetics-Human Aspects (BIOL 101)
The emphasis is fundamental genetic principles and concepts and how these apply to individuals within our culture and society as a whole. Topics include transmission of inherited traits, chromosomal abnormalities, gene structure and function, genes in populations and genetic implications of cancer, genetic engineering, evolution, eugenics and bioethics. Designed for non-science majors; not applicable to the applied biology major. This course meets General Education requirements: Scientific Understanding, Lab. Typically Offered Fall, Spring, Summer
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