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BIO 383: Evolutionary Biology

The idea of evolution forms the foundation for all modern biological thought. This course examines the processes of evolution in detail (selection, genetic drift, mutation, migration) and studies themethods by which biologists reconstruct the history of life on the planet. Advanced topics are explored through reading and discussion of journal articles. The social and historical context of evolutionary theory is discussed. Counts toward biomolecular science and mathematical biology concentrations.
Prerequisite: BIO 233.

Mathematical Biology

...BIO 261 Ecological Principles BIO 315 Principles of Bioinformatics BIO 371 Field Ecology BIO 383...