A genome is defined as the set of genes in a living organism. Genomics is the branch of applied science focused on the structure, function, mapping, and editing of the genome of a particular organism. Genomics play a key role in a multitude of fields, including evolutionary biology and microbiology. For example, genetic mappings can shine light on antimicrobial susceptibility in a new bacterial strain.
In this course, the student will be introduced to the types of genetic mapping, methods of sequencing, and interpretation of genetic mappings.
For optimal comprehension, the student will be required to be familiar with the basic concepts of college-grade biology and chemistry.
It was very comprehensive and I loved how easy it was to understand
she reads from her notes too much, strikes me as someone who does not have a firm grasp on what she is teaching.
simply explained so well understood, very well done. lots of info but concise
Very well explained. Would have appreciated had the lecture been a bit more comprehensive on certain topics, like in DNA replication and also a dynamic step by step diagram of the process would have been better to understand.