Grades will be awarded according to the regulations on page 57 of the catalog. The last day to drop the course with an automatic grade of Q is November 1.
The lectures in a slashlisted course are the same. However, students in the level course have substantial additional requirements beyond those for students in the level course. These additional requirements are listed in the slashlisted course syllabus. If you are interested in a biology course that is not listed below or have questions please contact the Biology Department via email: An introduction to biology, focusing on the scientific background needed to understand selected issues related to cells, genetics and inheritance, evolution and ecology.
Not open to students with credit for oror BotanyZoology or Zoology Cannot be used for major credit in Zoology, Botany, or Microbiology. None, but high school or college chemistry is recommended.
An introduction to the life sciences, focusing on the structure and function of organisms and their relationship to the environment. Fulfills general education laboratory science requirement. Introductory survey of the fundamental concepts that underlie biological phenomena from the cellular to the ecosystem level.
Not open to students with credit for, oror Zoologyor Zoology Cannot be used for major credit in Zoology, Botany or Microbiology. Major biological principles and concepts as illustrated in the structure, function and evolution of animals. Emphasis is on self-regulatory mechanisms, especially in the vertebrates, and their adaptive significance.
Laboratory study of structure and development of organ systems. Experiments on physiological process of selected vertebrates and invertebrates. Molecules, Cells, and Physiology. Content is focused toward life science majors.
Major principles and concepts are presented in the function and physiology of animals, plants, fungi and microbes. Emphasis is on biological chemistry, cell structure and function, cellular energetics, molecular genetics, homeostasis and physiology.
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Includes biological laboratory experience with emphasis on critical thinking and problem solving, and topics include biochemistry, molecular genetics, cell processes and physiology. Evolution, Ecology and Diversity.
Life science majors only. Major biological principles and concepts as illustrated in a survey of the diversity, behavior, and ecological functions of animals, plants, fungi, and microbes. Emphasis is on evolution, ecology, and diversity. Will include biological laboratory experience with emphasis on problem solving.
Problems will be derived from topics in evolution, ecology, and diversity. Will include training in scientific procedures, including laboratory technical skills, writing skills, and introduction to statistical analysis.
Recitation will include discussion and case study analysis of the major biological principles presented in the lecture within the context of health and the environment.
Will involve problem sets, primary journal articles, and writing assignments. Includes both online and classroom activities. Introduction to basic principles and theories in zoology evolution, systematics, vertebrate morphology and relationships and geology geologic time, earth history, plate tectonics, sedimentation and stratigraphyfocusing on the evolutionary history of Dinosauria.
May not be counted for major coursework in either department or for general education requirements. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the scientific method, how it applies to biological research, and implications for biomedical issues. The course will also introduce students to research in the four core areas of study in the Zoology department physiology, ecology and systematics, animal behavior, and cellular, genetic, and developmental biology while emphasizing three basic themes in biology homeostasis, biological diversity, and evolution.Scientists use a variety of information upon which to base cladistic trees.
The distribution and age of fossils (Paleontology), and comparison of bones, muscles and internal organs (Morphology) are now joined by the study of genes (Molecular Biology) to judge the relatedness of living and fossil species. Zoology Study Guide Test 1: Chapters Chapter 1: Intro and Animal Evolution • Know the various fields of Zoology- Herpetology- the study of reptiles and amphibians Ornithology- the study of birds.
Unit 1: Introduction to Zoology If you are absent, or missed part of the notes, or lost a worksheet or handout, this is the place to come. NOTE: Printing off the notes from here does not excuse you from taking notes or coming to class.
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