HBM1002 - Biological Systems
RBF1320 - Biology 2
HBM1002 (biomed students) OR RBF1320 (science students)
|1.||Analyse the structure of the human genome and determine the function of its various components;|
|2.||Interpret the molecular processes involved in gene expression, including epigenetics;|
|3.||Articulate the nature of mutations and how genetic instability contributes to mutation;|
|4.||Evaluate molecular defects involved in disease states at the chromosomal or individual gene level;|
|5.||Assess methods used to detect mutations and diagnose genetic diseases.|
|Exercise||Group worksheets (250 words)||5%|
|Laboratory Work||Laboratory work and reports (1500 words)||30%|
|Test||Two (2) Tests (10% each, 30 minutes per test)||20%|
|Assignment||Case studies (1500 words)||45%|
Human Genetics Concepts and Applications 12th ed.
Lewis, R., (2017)
McGraw-Hill. NY, USA.
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