Anti Vasemägi (PhD, docent)

Present address:
Dept. of Biology
Natura-building, office 121
20014 University of Turku
FINLAND

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Courses given in 2011 & 2012are available at https://moodle.utu.fi/

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2010: FYGE5320 Evolutionary Applications Department of Biology, University of Turku
Department:
Department of Biology (genetics)
Time and duration: Jan-Feb, 2010
Teachers: Craig Primmer, J-P Vähä, Niklas Wahlberg , Erica Leder, Irma Saloniemi, Anti Vasemägi

Additional reading and listening material for domestication module Compulsory: Wayne2007DOGs.pdf, O'Brien2008CATs.pdf Optional:Darwin1868CATs&DOGs.pdf, Lewin2009.mp3

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2009: Evolutionary Biology Journal club (together with Katrine Hoset and Niklas Wahlberg), Department of Biology, University of Turku (2 ECTS credits).

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2009: FYGE5310 Ecological Genomics (together with Dr. Erica Leder), Department of Biology, University of Turku, Finland (3 ECTS credits)

Course contact(s): Anti Vasemägi (antvas[at]utu.fi) and Erica Leder (eriled[at]utu.fi)
Department: Department of Biology (genetics)
Time and duration: 13 January to 12 February, 2009
Contact hours: 14 hours of lectures, 6 hours of computer demonstrations and exercises, oral presentation
Credits: 3 study points
Level: Advanced undergraduates, year 4 or 5 (Masters level).
Mode of assessment: Attendance at 80% of lectures and 100% of computer sessions, oral presentation, successful completion of a written assignments.

For detailed information click here

Additional reading can be found here: add1, add2, add3.

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2008: Evolutionary Applications Department of Biology, University of Turku
Department:
Department of Biology (genetics)
Time and duration: Jan-Feb, 2008
Teachers: Craig Primmer, J-P Vähä, Niklas Wahlberg , Erica Leder, Irma Saloniemi, Anti Vasemägi

Course materials can be found here: lecture1

Additional reading can be found here: add1, add2, add3, add4, add5, add5.

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2008: FYGE3205 Genetics of natural populations (practical), Department of Biology, University of Turku
Department:
Department of Biology (genetics)
Time and duration: Period 2. Intensive course 10-21 December, 2007
Credits: 6 study points (3 ECTS credits)
Level: 3rd year
Assumed knowledge: Evolutionary and quantitative genetics (BIOL2071), Evolutiivisen ekologian perusteet (BIOL2080), tilastotiede geneetikoille, regular attendance the co-running ‘genetics of natural populations (lectures)’
Mode of assessment:
Attendance at all laboratory sessions and writing of a laboratory report
Aims and content:
This hands-on course aims to give students practical experience with some of the laboratory methods used in the study of natural populations such as DNA extraction, microsatellite analysis and parentage testing.

Detailed timetable and course materials (Lab Manual) can be found here

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2007: Evolutionary Biology Journal club (together with Toni Laaksonen, Erica Leder and Irma Saloniemi), Department of Biology, University of Turku (2 ECTS credits)

For detailed information click here

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2007: Ecological Genomics (together with Dr. Erica Leder), Department of Biology, University of Turku, Finland (3 ECTS credits)

Course contact(s): Anti Vasemägi (antvas[at]utu.fi) and Erica Leder (eriled[at]utu.fi)
Department: Department of Biology (genetics)
Time and duration: period 3-4 (30 January to 8 March, 2007)
Contact hours: 14 hours of lectures, 6 hours of computer demonstrations and exercises
Credits: 3 study points
Level: Advanced undergraduates
Mode of assessment: Attendance at 80% of lectures and 100% of computer sessions, successful completion of a written assignment/project

For detailed information click here

Course materials can be found here: lecture1, lecture2, lecture3, lecture4, lecture5, lecture6, lecture7, lecture8, lecture9, lecture10

Additional reading can be found here: add1, add2

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Total genomic DNA extracted by participants of Genetics of natural populations hands-on lab course in Dec. 2007.

 

 


 

   

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