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DNA: Biology’s Genetic Code - Rice University

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Learn about DNA, the defining data for life in a simple genetic code. The following course, offered by Edx, will help you improve your skills and achieve your professional goals. During the program you will study different subjects which are deemed to be useful for those who want to enhance their professional career. Sign up for more information!

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Requisiti: Secondary (high school) chemistry and biology Knowledge of proteins at level of BIOC300.1x

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14/10/2016
Il meglio Brilliant academic educators who devoted legitimately for the course I truly upbeat.

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15/10/2016
Il meglio Extraordinary course. Study material is simple to comprehend. Dialog is nicely dealt with convenient reactions by the course group. Truly appreciate the supplemental materials given by the course.

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16/10/2016
Il meglio It is extremely useful course. It made me know substantially more about DNA and our life.Since I am class 11, it gave me additional learning. Its extraordinary.

Da migliorare Everything OK.

Corso realizzato: Ottobre 2016 | Recomendarías este centro? Sí.

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Programma

DNA: Biology’s Genetic Code explores DNA structure, packaging, replication, and manipulation. DNA encodes our genetic information and is passed on within cells to maintain living organisms and produce the next generation. In this biology course you will learn how the recognition of DNA as the genetic material and the ensuing identification of its structure and coding mechanism was both a revolutionary and foundational discovery. These discoveries led to transformational integration across the biological sciences with a common understanding of this fundamental unit of life! The course utilizes video lectures, research articles, case studies, and molecular models to convey information. The course grade will be based on questions with each video lecture, quizzes, homework, and a final exam.

What you'll learn
  • Structure of DNA and methods for packaging DNA into the cell
  • Impacts of packaging and location on DNA expression (epigenetics)
  • Machinery for replicating DNA with an extremely low error rate
  • Types of damage that affect DNA structure and how DNA moves around
  • DNA sequencing, amplification, specific fragmentation and designed recombination 

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Elizabeth Eich Elizabeth Eich received her Ph.D. from Rice University and joined the teaching faculty of the Department of Biosciences.  She is a master teacher and has been a leader in the development of student-centered learning at Rice.   Daniel J. Catanese Dr. Catanese received his Ph.D. from Rice University and did his postdoctoral research at Baylor College of Medicine on topoisomerases and DNA dynamics/structure.