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BIOL380 - Genetic Analysis of Populations

Application of molecular biology to the study of systematics, structure of natural populations, mating systems, and forensics. Among the topics discussed are molecular techniques used to detect genetic variation in natural populations, methods to construct phylogenies using molecular data, mathematical models of population structure, paternity analysis, and DNA fingerprinting. Prerequisite: BIOL 207. BIOL 321 recommended.

Winter Term 2018

Lecture Sections

Winter Term 2018 - LEC B1 (88354)

MWF 11:00:00 - 11:50:00 (BS M 145)
Instructor: dcoltman@ualberta.ca - Profile

Seminars

Winter Term 2018 - SEM J2 (87828)

T 14:00:00 - 14:50:00 (BS B 121)
Instructor: bubac@ualberta.ca - Profile Instructor: sdeakin@ualberta.ca - Profile

Winter Term 2018 - SEM J4 (87830)

W 14:00:00 - 14:50:00 (BS B 121)
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Winter Term 2018 - SEM J1 (88356)

T 13:00:00 - 13:50:00 (BS B 121)
Instructor: bubac@ualberta.ca - Profile Instructor: sdeakin@ualberta.ca - Profile

Winter Term 2018 - SEM J3 (88358)

W 13:00:00 - 13:50:00 (BS B 121)
Instructor: bubac@ualberta.ca - Profile Instructor: sdeakin@ualberta.ca - Profile

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