Biology: Molecular, Cell, and Developmental

BIOL 109L Yeast Molecular Genetics Laboratory

Using budding yeast as a eukaryotic model organism, this laboratory provides practical experience in classic and modern molecular biology techniques and experimental genetic and epigenetic methods, alongside developing strong scientific analysis, interpretation and communication skills. Topics include mendelian genetics, linkage, gene replacement, chromatin immunoprecipitation and gene function assays.


Prerequisite(s): BIOL 100 and BIOL 101; or BIOC 100A and BIOC 100B; and BIOL 101L or BIOL 102L or BIOL 107L; and BIOL 105. Satisfaction of the Entry Level Writing and Composition requirements. Enrollment is restricted to declared Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Biology B.S.; Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology and Neuroscience B.S. majors. Other majors may enroll by permission of the instructor. Students cannot enroll in BIOL 109L after receiving credit with a 'C' or better in BIOL 100L, BIOL 103L, BIOL 105L, BIOL 106L, BIOL 108L, BIOL 115L, BIOL 120L, BIOL 121L, BIOL 129L, BIOL 186L, and METX 119L.



Quarter offered



Gurun Giulia