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BIOL592 - Laboratory Techniques in Molecular Ecology and Systematics

A laboratory course introducing students to current molecular biology techniques and associated analyses used to study population genetics, systematics, and evolutionary biology in natural populations. Students will develop microsatellite marker systems and use them to examine the genetic structure of a natural population. A comparative bioinformatic approach will be used to generate sequence data to investigate the use of single nucleotide polymorphisms in candidate gene analysis and in phylogenetic inference. Labs are the same as BIOL 392, but with additional assignments and evaluation appropriate to graduate studies. Prerequisite: consent of instructor, corequisite: BIOL 380. Credit cannot be obtained for both BIOL 392 and 592.

Winter Term 2019

Lab Sections

Winter Term 2019 - LAB H1 (88144)

WR 14:00:00 - 16:50:00 (BS M 557)
Instructor: TBD

Seminars

Winter Term 2019 - SEM B1 (88140)

W 13:00:00 - 13:50:00 (BS M 557)
Instructor: cordavis@ualberta.ca - Profile

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