UNL Courses

Spring 2020

  • ANS/AGRO-932: Biometrical Genetics and Plant Breeding
    • The goal of this course is to apply biometrical methods to connect the phenotypic traits with high-dimensional genomic data to better understand polygenic traits for both prediction (or plant breeding) and inference (for gene mapping) purposes.
  • LIFE-891-003: Complex Biosystems Seminar
    • Course Objectives: The purpose of this course is to introduce you to the ongoing and exciting research in our community, as well as give you the opportunity to share your research with others.

Fall 2019

  • ANS/AGRO-931: Population Genetics
    • Team teach with Dr. Jessica Petersen
    • In this classical population genetics class, students will build on the theoretical concepts to develop breeding strategies for plant and animal improvement. Those who work with natural populations will also get the necessary principles to understand variation and to develop strategies to maintain this variation.
  • LIFE-891-003: Complex Biosystems Seminar
    • Course Objectives: The purpose of this course is to introduce you to the ongoing and exciting research in our community, as well as give you the opportunity to share your research with others.

Fall 2018

  • ANS/AGRO-931: Population Genetics
  • Guest lecture
    • Life-891: trait-marker association: in a nutshell, [html], [pdf]

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