BIOL 3007W Evolution
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as BIOL 38.1W.
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3 hours; 3 credits
Introduction to major ideas and models of evolution; emphasis on genetic mechanisms, natural selection, and other processes in explaining structures and functions of individuals and populations; current ideas to account for the biodiversification of life on earth. Weekly writings, a group presentation and a major paper will be required. Writing intensive course. (Not open to students who have completed Biology 3006  or 4080.)
Prerequisite: Biology 1002 or both 2073 and 1072, and 3011; English 1012.
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