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MBG 1000 - Genetics and Society W (3-1) [0.50]

This course covers the basic principles of genetics at work in human society. The roles of genes and inheritance in the biology of humans and the organisms with which we interact. Introduction to some of the social and ethical consequences of genetic knowledge and practice. This is a science course designed primarily for students in the Arts or Social and Applied Human Sciences.Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology.


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Posted By : Anonymous
Posted On : July 16, 2011

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If you didn't take biology in highschool do NOT take this course. Prof expected that everyone already knew what she was talking about - which I didn't because I only took Grade 11 bio. Textbook was a waste because it wasn't use at all for the class. The exams were all on stuff covered in class, nothing from the textbook. And all the tutorials I just ended up googling because they aren't in the textbook either. This class is a waste of time!
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Posted By : Anonymous
Posted On : February 1, 2011

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Course material is from Grade 11 Bio pretty much, but Prof expects everyone to know all the building blocks of Biology. Even though this is a B.A. elective it sure doesn't seem like it. Also, the textbook was $206.00 and I think I've used it 2 times... many of the tutorials you just end up looking for online because they are not in the textbook! What a piss off!!
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