COURSE INFORMATON
Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Genetic VET   213 3 2 2 2

Prerequisites and co-requisites
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Asst.Prof.Dr. Tülin GÜVEN GÖKMEN
Instructors
Dr. Öğr. ÜyesiTÜLİN GÜVEN GÖKMEN1. Öğretim Grup:A
 
Assistants
Goals
To educate students about the basis of differences between organisms, Genetic information, interactions between genes, genotype x environment interactions, hereditary diseases, methods of combating inherited diseases, mutations, inheritance mechanism, molecular and population genetics, genetics and genetic information
Content
The basis of differences between organisms, Genetic information, interactions between genes, genotype x environment interactions, hereditary diseases, methods of combating inherited diseases, mutations, inheritance mechanism, molecular and population genetics, genetics and genetic information

Learning Outcomes
1) To be able to learn the basic concepts of genetics
2) To be able to benefit from this information on racial protection and animal breeding
3) To be able to explain genes' role in inheritance, different behaviors of genes and gene interactions
4) To be able to learn the structure and functions of chromosome and genes and learn the functions of genes
5) To be able to know the contribution of genetics to the formation of diseases and evaluate genetic defects in disease etiology
6) To be able to know how to use genetic constructs in race, parental tests and similar fields
7) To be able to know molecular techniques used in animal breeding and disease treatment
8) To be able to explain DNA, RNA structures and protein synthesis mechanism
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Course's Contribution To Program
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Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 Introduction of genetic Lecture notes Lecture
Oral Exam
2 Kinds of gene and its heredity Lecture notes Lecture
Oral Exam
3 Testing combinations. (mono hybridisms, bi hybridisms, tri hybridisms, poly hybridisms), Formulas which can be helpful for combinations. Lecture notes Lecture
Oral Exam
4 Cell as genetics Lecture notes Lecture
Oral Exam
5 Chromosomes Lecture notes Lecture
Oral Exam
6 Genes and genetic code Lecture notes Lecture
Oral Exam
7 Division of cell as genetic and the importance of genetic division, crossing over Lecture notes Lecture
Oral Exam
8 Midterm exam Question preparation Testing
9 Gen relations (cryptomeria, epistasis, involvement of a pair of two genes in the formation of a character, pleitropi, polymeri) Lecture notes Lecture
Oral Exam
10 Lethal genes, methods of combating lethal genes, sex dependent inheritance Lecture notes Lecture
Oral Exam
11 Immunogenetics (blood groups in domestic animals, techniques used in blood group studies, parenting tests, relation of blood groups to yields) Lecture notes Lecture
Oral Exam
12 Recombinations (conjugation, transduction, transformation) Lecture notes Lecture
Oral Exam
13 Mutations (deficit, deletion, inversion, duplication, translocation, euphidia, monoploidy, polyploidy, gene mutations) Lecture notes Lecture
Oral Exam
14 Changes in chromosome number Lecture notes Lecture
Oral Exam
15 Molecular genetic Lecture notes Lecture
Oral Exam
16-17 Final exam Qestion prepration Testing

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