2018 Summer: June 4-Aug. 9Instructor: Ashley "McKenzie" Sutter
Class No.: AGRO 215 (changed from 315)
Credits: Four undergraduate credits
The course is also offered for noncredit professional development.
Certified Crop Advisors may earn 3 Crop Management and 2 Pest Management CEUs from this class.
Genetic Principles Registration:Register for Academic Credit via MyRed
Genetic principles of inheritance in plants and animals and their significance in biology and agriculture will be discussed. Topics include the physical basis of heredity in families and populations; introduction to chromosome biology; the molecular basis for gene expression; and modern genetic engineering tools used in animal and plant systems. Weekly problem sets and some student-run experiments will be used to clarify genetics topics.
High-speed Internet access with an updated browser, email, video ability. Recommended browsers include Firefox, Chrome and Safari. We do not recommend Internet Explorer as the manufacturer no longer supports that browser.
Individuals taking the course for academic credit must be admitted to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and have completed a minimum of three hours of biological sciences courses.
Who It's For
- Undergraduate students in agronomy, ag education, horticulture and other plant science-related majors
- Crop breeding and seed industry professionals
- Horticultural professionals
- Agronomy professionals
- Certified professional agronomists and crop consultants (Certified Crop Advisors may earn 3 Crop Management and 2 Pest Management CEUs from this class.)
- Extension educators, agents and specialists
- Science and vocational education teachers