Classical and Population Genetics
This course is one portion of a
four mini-course (two semester) introduction to the study of biology.
The purpose of this course is to prepare students for the upper-level
courses in biology. This means that as well as conveying information
needed to understand upper-level biology, this course has as its aim
the improvement of your writing and thinking skills. Major topics
covered in this course include inherited variation among individuals
and the processes affecting the genetic constitution of populations.
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