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Designed for non-biology majors. Covers the organization of populations, including
Mendelian inheritance patterns, adaptation to the environment, evolution, population
growth, communities, ecosystems, and pollution. 3 hours of lecture and one two hour lab
each week. Prerequisite: Biology 101; Biology
Offered every spring term; usually during summers.
- Roger Christianson,
PhD (academic year)
Carol Ferguson, PhD (summer session)
- Erika Hansen, Environmental Education Master's Student
Jenna Raino, Environmental Education Master's Student
- Dr. Christianson's lecture section
- Audesirk, Audesirk, and Byers, Biology: Life on Earth WITH PHYSIOLOGY, 9th Edition (2011)
Laboratory Manual for General Biology: Populations, 2013
Lecture Notes for Dr. Christianson's Students, 2013
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