Course responsible:Thomas Nelson Harvey
Campus / Online:Taught campus Ås
Nominal workload:125 hours
Teaching and exam period:This course starts in January block. This course has teaching/evaluation in January block, .
About this course
A candidate who has completed the course is expected to have achieved the following learning outcomes, defined in terms of knowledge, skills and general competence:
Can present and explain the basic organization and function of genes and genomes in eukaryotes.
Can explain key methods for detection of specific DNA sequences and DNA sequencing.
Can explain basic mechanisms like DNA-replication, gene expression and epigenetic regulation.
Can provide a basic explanation of methods for linking genotypes with phenotypes.
Can provide examples and explain use of this knowledge in plant, animal and aquaculture production.
Can identify and reflect on key societal and ethical questions raised by this technology.
Students can present and explain papers in genomics that are not too complex.
Students can work independently and in groups to gain new knowledge.
Students can search for and evaluate different sources of scientific information.
Can present and argue for own viewpoint in scientific discussions.
- Lectures, group work, self-tuition, term project and presentation for class.
- BIO100 and BIO130
- The final exam is a multiple choice test. The project report must be approved before the exam can be completed.
- The course responsible communicates with censor about course structure. Censor will be involved in planning the exam questions.
- Approved project report, including an oral presentation.
- We do not recommend BIO200 for students who have not completed BIO120.
- Week 2-4: approx. 20 hours per week.
- Letter grades
- Special requirements in Science