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BIOL 106 - Introduction to Evolution and Adaptation Units: 3

An introductory course examining evolution and adaptation in organisms. Includes a review of history of the scientific process, Darwinian and Neo-Darwinian evolution, introduction to genetic variation, natural and artificial selection, theories on the origin of life, human evolution and genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Three hours of lecture per week and four labs per semester.

Term Offered: Spring and Fall