Biological Sciences 313L:

Evolution and Population Genetics (4.0 units)

History of evolutionary thought; molecular basis for evolution; dynamics of genes in populations; specialization and macroevolution; patterns of evolution. Recommended preparation: BISC-320, BISC-325, and familiarity with algebra, basic chemistry, and basic physics.
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13326R001Lab3:30-5:20pmWednesday14 of 16Caleb GhioneZHS460session dates
13328R001Lab2:00-3:50pmThursday11 of 16Caleb GhioneZHS460session dates
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