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PLSC 751

Advanced Plant Genetics

This course will cover both theoretical and applied aspects of the recent and current advances in plant genetics. Some chapters are more focused on the underlying principles and theoretical aspects while other chapters have the hands-on session. Potential applications of recent and current technologies to applied cultivar development is emphasized. Topics include: Mendelian genetics, linkage mapping, genome-wide association studies, marker-assisted selection, genomic selection, gene-editing, and phenomics. There are student reporting and discussions on development and utilization of cutting-edge research at different levels of biological organization (e.g., transcriptomic, proteomics, and metabolomics), and new frontiers on data modeling (e.g., machine learning). 3 lectures. Prereq: PLSC 631. Spring, odd years. 3 credits.

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Instructor: Dr. Nonoy Bandillo
Office: Loftsgard Hall 370G 
Phone: 701-231-8056
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