BIOL 324


Prerequisites: BIOL 111 or ENVR 101; and one 200-level lab course in biology or environmental science. This course examines the interrelationships between individuals and their abiotic environment, among members of a population, and among populations in a given habitat or community. General principles and theories will be applied to a range of organisms, including plants, animals, microorganisms, and humans. Labs emphasize the collection and evaluation of numerical data to test hypotheses, and include field problems, computer models, and student-designed experiments. Three hours lecture and three hours laboratory/discussion. III.Q, V.8a

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