The lecture Animal Breeding and Genetics in 2nd and 3rd semester deals with aspects of classical and molecular genetics, population genetics and pathogenetics. We work together with the Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Halle.

Genetics in veterinary medicine deals with many questions about animals, e.g. why do our pets look the way they are, where do they come from, what genetic diseases do they have and how can they be diagnosed. Furthermore, kinship relations are clarified, questionable breeding forms are discussed, rules of heredity are discussed and evolutionary processes are examined.

Genetics

Content and Objectives of the Lecture Animal Breeding and Genetics (Genetics Section)

Together with the Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Halle, the Institute of Immunology is responsible for the lecture Animal Breeding and Genetics, with staff members of the Institute of Immunology reading the section Genetics in 42 lecture hours.

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