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BIOL 201 Introduction to Evolution and Ecology

Fundamental processes underlying adaptive evolution, speciation, and extinction. Methods used to reconstruct the evolutionary histories of, and relationships among, groups of organisms. Factors determining the distribution and abundance of organisms. Competition, predation, and an exploration of processes that promote species coexistence and lead to the maintenance of species diversity.

This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

Credits: 3

Pre-reqs: BIOL 125.

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BIOL 201 001Lecture2 Mon Wed14:3016:00

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FullBIOL 201 S01Seminar2 Mon10:3011:30
FullBIOL 201 S02Seminar2 Mon10:3011:30
BIOL 201 S03Seminar2 Fri13:3014:30
FullBIOL 201 S04Seminar2 Fri13:3014:30
FullBIOL 201 S05Seminar2 Mon16:0017:00
FullBIOL 201 S06Seminar2 Mon16:0017:00
FullBIOL 201 S07Seminar2 Wed10:3011:30
FullBIOL 201 S08Seminar2 Wed10:3011:30
BIOL 201 S09Seminar2 Fri15:3016:30
BIOL 201 S10Seminar2 Fri15:3016:30
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