BIO 183: Population Genetics
A study of the various factors that affect gene flow and frequency within a population. Theories of selection, neutrality, drift, hitchhiking, recombination, mutation, isolation, in-breeding, and selfish genetic elements are taught along with statistical tests and experimental methods for detecting these forces.
Prerequisite: BIO 140 and (MATH 011 or MATH 021 or equivalent exam). Pass/No Pass option. Discussion included. Conjoined with QSB 283 .
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