AGRONOMY/HORT 338 — PLANT BREEDING AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
Principles of transferring plant genes by sexual, somatic, and molecular methods and the application of gene transfer in plant breeding and genetic engineering to improve crop plants.
AGRONOMY 771 — EXPERIMENTAL DESIGNS
Review of methods for controlling error in research experiments; review and in-depth development of factorial treatment designs; theory, analysis, and examples of advanced experimental designs for plant and animal research. Enroll Info: Knowledge of statistics such as FSTAT 571 is strongly encouraged.
AGRONOMY 772 — APPLICATIONS IN ANOVA
Development of models, programs, inferences, and interpretations of analysis of variance in biological research; mixed vs. random effects models and their development; choosing the correct inference range; variance and covariance analyses; repeated measures; dealing with missing data; SAS programming. Enroll Info: Knowledge of statistics such as FSTAT 571 is strongly encouraged.