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BIOS-1410 - Biology II

This course investigates life and living systems at the organismic, population, community, and ecosystem levels. Discussion topics include evolution, the classification of living things, form and function of all groups of eukaryotic organisms, intra- and interspecific interactions, ecology and conservation biology. This course in series with BIOS1400 is designed to provide students with a foundation for upper level courses in the biological and life sciences. A laboratory course (BIOS1410L) must be taken concurrently.
Academic Level
Undergraduate
Subject
BIOS-Bioscience
Department
Academic Transfer
Credits
6
Prerequisites
None
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