Veterinary Genetics (VETS2020)
UNIT OF STUDY
This Unit of Study presents an introduction to those aspects of genetics that are relevant to veterinarians. It covers the creation and use of genome assemblies and genetic maps; bioinformatics, single-locus traits and disorders; chromosomal abnormalities; non-Mendelian familial disorders; immunogenetics; parentage tests; conservation genetics; genetic variation in pests, parasites and pathogens; genetic and environmental control of inherited diseases; relationship and inbreeding; heritability; breed history and structure; selection and crossing; genetics of coat colours.
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Further unit of study information
lectures: 26 hrs; tutorials: 12 hrs
Intra-semester: 1x practical assignment (poster) (30%) ; 1 x quiz (20%) end of semester: 1 x 1 hr examination (50%)
VETS2020 Veterinary Genetics Unit of Study Guide, FW Nicholas Introduction to Veterinary Genetics 3rd edition
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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
Assumed knowledge: HSC Mathematics, VETS1018
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