BIOLOGY 2030.03 GENETICS AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY WINTER 2011
COURSE DESCRIPTION: The power and prominence of modern genetics have grown from a blend of classical and
molecular approaches; both approaches are emphasized. Topics include: Mendelian, population and quantitative genetics;
chromosome structure and variation; structure and function of nucleic acids; DNA replication, transcription and translation;
gene expression; gene mutations; and genetic engineering.
TEACHING TEAM Phone Office E-mail address
Joe Bielawski (Lecturer) 494-7844 LSC 7058 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunetra Ekanayake (Lecturer) 494-8436 LSC 4014 email@example.com
Debra Grantham (Lecturer) 494-3570 LSC 2123 firstname.lastname@example.org
Edna Staples (Instructor) 494-2464 LSC 6089 Edna.Staples@dal.ca
Lab and Tutorial TA's See the class OWL web site for contact info.
PRE-REQUISITES; C- or better in BIOL 1010/1020 & 1011/1021; 1st
year chemistry recommended.
-Midterm I (Tues., Feb 8, 18:00-20:00*) 24
-Midterm II (Tues., Mar. 15, 18:00-20:00*) 24
-Final Exam (scheduled by registrar) 24