Plant Genetics

Course Description

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.

Professor

Patrick Hayes: 253 Crop Science Bldg.
Office Hours: Wednesdays and Fridays 1-2, or by appointment

Teaching assistant

 

 


Recitation (PBG431)

Thursdays 1:00 -1:50. Crop Science Bldg. 138

Schedule


Related classes and events to consider

Spring quarter

Fall quarter

  • Genetic markers, mapping, and association (PBG20,621)

Topics

Module 1, week 1

Module 1, week 2

Module 2, week 3

Module 2, week 4

Module 3, week 5

Module 3, week 6

Module 4, week 7

  • Unit 21: Transgenics I
  • Unit 22: Transgencis II
  • Unit 23: Gene editing
  • Study guide

Module 4, week 8

  • Unit 24: Gene regulation I
  • Unit 25: Gene regulation II
  • Unit 26: Genome regulation
  • Study guide

Module 4, week 9

  • Unit 27: Linkage mapping I
  • Unit 28: Linkage mapping II
  • Study guide

Module 5, week 10

  • Unit 29: Population genetics
  • Unit 30: Quantitative genetics
  • Unit 31: Biparental QTL mapping
  • Unit 32: GWAS QTL mapping
  • Study guide

Assignments, Due Dates, Syllabus, etc.

  • See Canvas site

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Links 

Free online GENETICS textbooks 

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