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196.207 Biological Evolution (15 credits)
A general review of modern evolutionary biology and evolutionary theories, encompassing micro- and macro-evolution. The course centres on genetic and environmental processes that operate in natural populations and among species. It explores the history and development of evolutionary thinking, the origins and age of life on earth, and prehistoric biodiversity. Other topics include evolutionary changes in DNA, human evolution, origin of life, the nature of species and how species arise. Laboratory classes include a range of theoretical, practical and computing exercises in population genetics, phylogenetics and data management.
162.101 and (123.101 or 123.103 or 123.104) and (199.101 or 199.103)
General Prerequisite: At least 45 credits from 100 level.
- Restriction(s): 196.217
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