BIOL-104 Foundations in Biology II
Spring for 2016-2017
Faculty:
The second semester of Foundations of Biology emphasizes evolution, the diversity of life on Earth, and ecology. In the course, you will become acquainted with the process of evolution through natural selection, the astonishing diversity of living organisms that has evolved through this process, and the complex ecological interactions that occur among species.

Laboratory experiments (in a separate course), demonstrations, on-line exercises, and field studies complement the lectures. Three 70 minute lectures and a weekly recitation; co-enrollment in the separate laboratory (BIOL-114) is required. Spring.
Credits: 5
Prerequisites: None

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Spring '17: Weiss M, Ries L, Patten M, Fox J (file download)
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