MICR 166 - Bacterial Genetics
Fundamental prokaryotic genetic concepts and their incorporation into problem solving and experimental design. Emphasis on how and why someone might use genetic approaches to their benefit when addressing biological questions in bacteria.
Prerequisite(s): MICR 101 (with a grade of “C” or better), or instructor consent. Must be a declared Biology Major (all).
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