Biology | Evolution and Diversity
L111 | 1353 | Bever, J
Course Format: Lecture: 1:25P-2:15P, MWF, JH A100, plus one
fifty-minute discussion/learning group per week.
Prerequisites: For biological and other science majors.
Course Description: This course covers three aspects of biological
diversity: the process of biological evolution, the diversity of
living organisms, and the ecological interactions between organisms.
We answer the questions: How was biological diversity generated? What
range of organisms exist? And how is this diversity maintained.
Required Text: "Biology", seventh edition by Raven, et al.
Weekly Assignments: TBA