In this group investigation course, students explore novel questions regarding the molecular basis of mitochondrial movement and shaping in developing fruit fly sperm cells, learning to design and carry out experiments employing classical and molecular genetic techniques including fly husbandry and recombinant DNA technology, along with basic microscopy. Students give frequent oral presentations on their experimental results, ending the semester with a formal write-up. Emphasis is also placed on searching for and analyzing recent relevant journal articles.

Successful completion of BIO 201 and permission of the instructor are required.

Class Details
Course BIO 352
Section 0
CRN 10062
Time F
Time 0130 - 0420pm
Building 352 WALL
Instructor Karen Hales
Max 6
Current 7
Remaining -1
Semester Fall 2019