Yeast experments for undergraduate lab course.
garrisonp at UTHSCSA.EDU
Fri Jan 13 21:36:51 EST 1995
ken saville wrote:
>> To: yeast at net.bio.net
>> From: saville at umail.umd.edu (Ken Saville)
>> Subject: Yeast experments for undergraduate lab course.
>> Date: 12 Jan 1995 17:17:26 GMT
>> Dear Yeast Researchers and educators,
>> I am designing an introductory genetics lab course to be taught at a
>> small liberal arts college. I would like to include some yeast
>> experiments. What is a good source/guide to yeast experiments in this
>> type of course. In addition to general lab assignments I would like to
>> include rleatively short independent projects, so experiments conducive
>> to this would also be appreciated,
>> Thanks for any input.
>> ken saville
>You might want to contact Cold Spring Harbor Lab Press about the
>manual for the Yeast Short Courses. There are short courses on
>Schizosaccharomyces pombe and Saccharomyces cerevisiae. When I took
>the course they didn't sell the manuals but I believe they do now.
>These courses are great and the experimental procedures well
>detailed. The cultures are also available. You could pick and
>choose the procedures to use. Sorry I don't know the costs.
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