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|BIOL 1204 - Evolution of Eukaryotes|
(3 credits) 3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab|
This course follows Biology 1202 and moves from an investigation of cellular biology to the mechanisms of evolution which has provided much of the diversity seen in modern eukaryotes. It will provide insight into the necessity and methods of determining evolutionary history using the major groups Protista, Fungi, Plants, and Animals. Evolution will be used as a context in which biological diversity can be explained.
Prerequisite: Biology 1202 with a grade of "C-" or higher.
Note: Credit can only be obtained for one of Biology 1204 or 1205. Biology 1204 is required for certain majors in the Bachelor of Science and the Biology minor. Students who are not in the Bachelor of Science or the Biology minor may instead take Biology 1205.
Schedule Types: Laboratory, Lecture
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