Bisc 514: Population Genetics
In this course students will study the basic principles of the factors
that influence the genetic composition of natural populations, and
evolutionary processes that drive change over time. Topics covered will
include selection, gene flow, mutation, genetic drift, population size,
and how these forces interact. (3 lecture hours).
- Prerequisite: Bisc 301 (Minimum grade - C) or Bisc 336 (Minimum grade - C)
- Lecture: Lecture for Bisc 514
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