BIO-331 Evolution

The study of organic evolution as an organizing principle of biology, including a synthesis of principles of population genetics, paleontology, ecology, and molecular, developmental and organismal biology. Three lectures and one three-hour lab weekly plus a weekend field trip. Prerequisites: BIO-203 and BIO-330. Corequisites: BIO-331L


3 credits


BIO-203 and BIO-330 must be completed prior to registering for this course.


BIO-331L must be taken concurrently with this course.