SCBI 607 Evolutionary Genetics

วทชว 607 พันธุศาสตร์เชิงวิวัฒนาการ

Academic Year  2017

Course Information

Course coordinator: NO

Lecture venue: N506

Date: Monday

Time: 1300-1600

 Instructor

Introduction to Evolutionary Genetics

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Intranet Only

August 21, 2017

NO

Presessional Survey

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August 21, 2017

NO

Assignment on Genetic Variations

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Paper Discussion (printed)

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August 28, 2017

NO

Class Cancel

September 4, 2017

NO

Genetic Variations Revisited

Assignment on Robustness and Evolvability

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September 11, 2017

NO

Robustness and Evolvability

September 18, 2017

NO

Mathematical Biology and Evolutionary Genetics

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September 19, 2017

NO

Assignment Sep. 25, 2017 Result

NO

Evolutionary Genetics Concepts and Applications

NO

Academic Year 2016

Course coordinator Day Time Venue
NO Monday 0900-1200 N416

Course Syllabus

Week Date Topics Hours Instructor
1 15 Aug. 2016 Orientation 3 NO
2 22 Aug. 2016 Genetic of Natural Selection 3 NO
29 Aug. 2016 No class (Congregation Rehearsal) NO
3 5 Sep. 2016 Genetic Drift 3 NO
4 12 Sep. 2016 Genetic Variations 3 NO
5 19 Sep. 2016 Linkage Disequilibrium 3 NO
6 26 Sep. 2016 Quantitative Genetics 3 NO
7 3 Oct. 2016 Phenotypic Evolution Model 3 NO
8 10 Oct. 2016 Midterm Examination 3 NO
9 17 Oct. 2016 Structured Population 3 NO
24 Oct. 2016 No class (Public Holiday) NO
10 31 Oct. 2016 Evolution of Prokaryotic Genomes 3 NO
11 7 Nov. 2016 Evolution of Eukaryotic Genomes 3 NO
12 14 Nov. 2016 Genetic of Sexual Reproduction 3 NO
13 21 Nov. 2016 Neutral Theory of Evolution 3 NO
14 28 Nov. 2016 Evolution and Phylogenetic Tree 3 NO
5 Dec. 2016 No class (Public Holiday)
15 12 Dec. 2016 Final Examination 3 NO

Student Evaluation

  • Attention 10%
  • Reports and Assignment 10%
  • Discussion 30%
  • Midterm Examination 25%
  • Final Examination 25%

Grading System

  • A: 80-100%
  • B+: 75-79%
  • B: 70-74%
  • C+: 65-69%
  • C: 60-64%
  • D+: 55-59%
  • D: 50-54%
  • F: 0-49%

Reference Textbooks

Reading materials:

  • Kong, et. al. (2012), Nature 488: 471-475