Middlebury

BIOL 0325

Conservation Genetics

Conservation Genetics
In this course we will explore the field of conservation genetics, which focuses on the application of genetic analyses to the conservation and management of biodiversity. This integrated lecture and laboratory course covers general topics in conservation genetics such as genetic variation and population structuring, as well as the practical implementation of commonly used conservation genetics methodologies. Students will conduct an original research project that they will transform into a journal-style article. As such, students should prepare to read and discuss primary literature, and write scientifically. (BIOL or MBBC majors, or by waiver. BIOL 0140 and 0145).
Subject:
Biology
Department:
Biology
Division:
Natural Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
SCI

Sections in Winter 2020

Winter 2020

BIOL0325A-W20 Seminar (Frare)