Description: Experimental methods and concepts in genetics, with emphasis on their application to genetic research. Part I covers transmission genetics and breeding analyses, basic molecular genetics, isolation and characterization of mutations, and chromosome structure and function. Part II covers mathematical genetics, recombinant DNA, genomics, and special topics relevant to modern genetic research.

Credits: 4,4

Prerequisites: Prerequisites for Genetic Analysis I 01:447:384- 01:119:115, 116 (General Biology I & II), 01:160:161-162 (General Chemistry I & II).
Prerequisites for Genetic Analysis II 01:447:385- 01:447:384 (Genetic Analysis II).
Open only to majors in genetics or by permission of instructor.

Note: Credit not given for both this course and 01:447:380 or 11:067:328 or 11:776:305