BIOL 3042.03: Molecular Ecology

We survey techniques of molecular genetic analysis and consider how they can be used to identify species, populations, sexes, individuals and family relationships, and study population attributes such as historical dispersal, contemporary connectivity, mating behaviour and effective population size. Evaluation is based on assignments, a test and a final exam.

INSTRUCTOR: P. Bentzen, D. Ruzzante
PREREQUISITES: A grade of B- or better in each of BIOL 2030, BIOL 2040, and BIOL 2060.