The structure, expression, and manipulation of plant genomes will be explored using the principles and theory of classical and contemporary genetics. This course is designed to build a solid foundation in plant genetics and to stimulate further, more specialized, study. Some genetics background helpful, but not required.
Patrick Hayes: 253 Crop Science Bldg.
Office Hours: Wednesdays 1-2 or by appointment
Javier Hernandez: 221 Crop Science Bldg.
Office Hours: Thursdays 3:30 - 5
Ryan King: 4026A Ag Life Sciences Bldg.
Office Hours: Wednesdays 9 - 10
Golnaz Komaei Koma: ALS 4021
Office Hours: Fridays, 1 - 2
Thursdays 1:00 -1:50. Crop Science Bldg. 150
Wednesdays 11:00 - 11:50 Crop Science Bldg. 232
Plant Breeding (PBG450/550) Spring, 2017
Homework 1 due Wednesday, Jan. 18.
Homework 3 due Friday, February 10 as hard copy in class
Homework 4b (optional) due Wednesday, March 1 in class. HW 4b grades can replace HW 4 grades. Key - all True!!!!
Homework 5 due Wednesday, March 15 as hard copy in class.