BIOL 310


Prerequisites: BIOL 205 and one additional BIOL course at the 200-level. Sophomores by permission. A good grasp of algebra will be assumed. As the unifying principle of all biology, evolution overlaps genetics, molecular biology, anatomy and physiology, behavior, ecology, and development. This course will cover the processes responsible for the changes in living things over time; evidence demonstrating the shared evolutionary history of all living things; and the history of life on earth. Additional topics that may be covered include: co-evolution among species, human evolution, the origin of life, creationism. Three hours lecture and one hour discussion. III.O

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