Evolution & Ecology
Biology 3133
Instructor: C. Ray Chandler
 
 
An introduction to major principles of genetics, evolution, and ecology. This course covers the origin and maintenance of genetic variation (Mendelian and population genetics), genetic change in populations over time (selection, drift, and gene flow), and taxonomic diversification (speciation). Students will see how evolution and diversification are shaped by ecological interactions between organisms and their abiotic and biotic environment. These ecological interactions will be studied at the population, community, and ecosystem levels.
 
Prerequisites: BIOL 2111, 2131
 
Offered: every Spring and Fall semester

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