Organisms, Populations, and Systems (LAB SCI)
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4cr This course is a lecture/lab combined course that provides first-year biology majors with a hands-on original research experience. The research focus will reflect the expertise of the faculty member and contribute to ongoing authentic research. The course will cover biological content from whole organisms, populations, and systems within an evolutionary framework; research skills appropriate to the research focus; the generation and analysis of data; and presentation of the results for the larger scientific community. The content includes topics such as the diversity of biological organisms, organismal structure and physiology, interactions among organisms and their environments, the integration of biological systems, and the processes of evolution at these scales. Prerequisite: This course is intended for biology majors. Students can take BIO 1110 and BIO 1120 in any order, but cannot enroll concurrently.