3 Credits

LectureFall 2024
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Fall 2024 Instructors: Cindy Nakatsu

Focuses on the application of various molecular genetic techniques for studying micro-organisms from and in the environment. The method, theoretical basis of each method, and interpretation of results are covered. The major areas discussed are the application of molecular genetic techniques to study: (1) total microbial communities; (2) diversity of micro-organisms in a community; and (3) biotechnological uses of micro-organisms. Prerequisite: AGRY 32000 or 58000 or BCHM 56200 or BIOL 24100 or 43800 or 54900. Typically offered Fall.

Course AGRY 64900 from Purdue University - West Lafayette.

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