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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2017-18


BIOL 36 History of Genetics

This course is a survey of the history of genetics for students with some knowledge of genetics such as BIOL 13 or BIOL 15. Proceeding from Galton to the present, this course will emphasize the main intellectual trends in genetics as well as the interconnection between genetics and society. Topics for discussion will include whether Gregor Mendel was a Mendelian, the importance of Thomas Hunt Morgan's Drosophila network, the relationship between eugenics and genetics, the effect of Atomic Energy Commission report on human genetics, and the impact of molecular biology.

Instructor

Dietrich

Prerequisite

BIOL 13 or BIOL 15

Distributive and/or World Culture

SCI

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Offered

17S, 18S: 10A