BIOL 115E. Plant Molecular Genetics and Biotechnology

The course will investigate the technological approaches that plant scientists are using to address environmental, agricultural, and health issues. Topics will include biofuels, nutritional engineering, engineering disease and stress resistance, bioremediation, and the production of pharmaceuticals in plants. This course consists of one discussion and one laboratory per week.
With permission of instructor, a student may take the discussion (NOT LAB) section of this seminar as 1 credit of BIOL 093 .
Prerequisite: BIOL 025  or any Group I course.
Natural sciences and engineering practicum.
Laboratory projects will include independent and ongoing research. One required laboratory per week.
2 credits.
Eligible for ENVS
Fall 2017. Kaplinsky.
Catalog chapter: Biology  
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