This subject will introduce students to the critical aspects of biotechnology in agriculture. Students will learn the key principles behind the fundamental biochemical processes and their underlying genetic basis. The application of these skills is essential in all aspects of food production, and is of increasing importance for nutritional security.
School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences
First year chemistry (equivalent to CHM108 or CHM107) and plant/microbial biology (as covered in MCR101 or BIO100)
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