Genomics

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Overview

Genomics is the study of the genetic code of plants, animals and bacteria. This major sequence provides an introduction to the nature of genes and genomes, how they are structured, function and evolve. You will also learn about DNA sequencing and analysis and how an understanding of genomics relates to human health and wellbeing, the environment, biodiversity management and food production systems.

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Key information

Campuses

Burwood (Melbourne), Waurn Ponds (Geelong)

Unit set code

MJ-S000075

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Units

  • Microbiology SLE234
  • Genetics and Genomics SLE254
  • Forensic Genomics SLE228
  • Genomes and Bioinformatics SLE340 *
  • Molecular Biology Techniques SLE321 ~
  • Ecological and Conservation Genetics SLE341 *
  • * Available at the Melbourne Burwood Campus from 2020

    ~ Available at the Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus from 2020

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