A Human Perspective on Genetics - BIOL114

Framingham State University

Credits: 4

Subject Area(s): Biology

Credential(s): Bachelor's Degree


An exploration of the field of genetics from the rediscovery of Mendel?s work in 1900 up to the present, with an emphasis on human involvement and ramifications. Topics may include: the human genome project, genetic disorders, cloning, genetically modified crops and animals, prenatal and postnatal genetic screening and mass production of pharmaceuticals. NOTE:This course is not open to Biology majors.

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