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Botany Courses: BTNY 35000

Course Number

BTNY 35000

Description

A study of the methods used to produce genetically modified organisms, primarily using gene transfer technology, and the application of these organisms in agriculture. The uses of microbes, plants, and animals in agricultural biotechnology are examined. Social, economic, and ethical issues related to biotechnology are discussed. 

Credit(s)

3

Offered

Spring Semester

Year

2015

Instructor(s)

Peter Goldsbrough

Course Name

Biotechnology in Agriculture

Category

 

Attachments

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