Courses

  • Summer 2021

    All Terms Offered

    • Spring 2022

    Official Description

    Current topics and literature on the function and regulation of higher plant genes. Topics of emphasis: transposable elements, their effect on gene expression and variation, and uses in tagging and isolating genes; the developmental, tissue specific, or environmental regulations of plant genes; the structure, synthesis, subcellular targeting, and regulation of major cereal and legume seed proteins; the use of genetic engineering to explore the regulation of plant genes or to alter traits of agricultural importance. Course Information: Same as HORT 566. Prerequisite: CPSC 352, MCB 450, or consent of instructor.

    TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
    Plant Gene RegulationA43483LCD409:30 AM - 10:50 AM T R  W115 Turner Hall Anthony Joseph Studer
  • Fall 2021

    All Terms Offered

    • Spring 2022

    Official Description

    Current topics and literature on the function and regulation of higher plant genes. Topics of emphasis: transposable elements, their effect on gene expression and variation, and uses in tagging and isolating genes; the developmental, tissue specific, or environmental regulations of plant genes; the structure, synthesis, subcellular targeting, and regulation of major cereal and legume seed proteins; the use of genetic engineering to explore the regulation of plant genes or to alter traits of agricultural importance. Course Information: Same as HORT 566. Prerequisite: CPSC 352, MCB 450, or consent of instructor.

    TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
    Plant Gene RegulationA43483LCD409:30 AM - 10:50 AM T R  W115 Turner Hall Anthony Joseph Studer
  • Spring 2022

    All Terms Offered

    • Spring 2022

    Official Description

    Current topics and literature on the function and regulation of higher plant genes. Topics of emphasis: transposable elements, their effect on gene expression and variation, and uses in tagging and isolating genes; the developmental, tissue specific, or environmental regulations of plant genes; the structure, synthesis, subcellular targeting, and regulation of major cereal and legume seed proteins; the use of genetic engineering to explore the regulation of plant genes or to alter traits of agricultural importance. Course Information: 4 graduate hours. No professional credit. Prerequisite: CPSC 352, MCB 450, or consent of instructor.

    TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
    Plant Gene RegulationA43483LCD409:30 AM - 10:50 AM T R  W223 Turner Hall Anthony Joseph Studer