Animal Genetics ANSC3107 is an exciting course that explores the technologies used by geneticists in practical situations involving domestic animals. We will expand on concepts learned in GENE2001 to learn more about genome sequencing, variant discovery, phylogenomics, bioinformatics, epigenetics, association mapping, gene therapy and forensic genetics.
2 hours of classes per week where there are no on-line modules, 2 hours per week of practicals. Up to eight weeks of semester will be conducted as on-line learning modules. Students requiring extra assistance are encouraged to make an appointment with Prof Wade.
Practicals with associated reports and on-line quizzes (25%), mid-semester on-line examination (25%), final examination (50%)
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GENE2001 or GENE2002 or GEGE2X01 or MBLG2X72