Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics

BIOL 410 / 510 (4)

This course focuses on methods, both experimental and computational, to study the structure of genomes and to analyze gene expression and protein function on a genome-wide scale. Computational topics include graph approaches in sequence assembly; discriminant analysis in gene finding; dynamic programming in sequence comparison; and clustering techniques in the analysis of gene expression data. Three lectures. (CM)

Prerequisite: 203 and 203L and 204 and 204L.

Prerequisites / Corequisites

Ecology and Evolution - BIOL 203

Ecology and Evolution Laboratory - BIOL 203L

Plant and Animal Form and Function - BIOL 204

Plant and Animal Form and Function Laboratory - BIOL 204L

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