EVOLUT BIOLOGY-THEORY APPLIC

This course provides a comprehensive overview of evolutionary processes and mechanisms within an applied framework. Evolutionary perspectives in human health and medicine,environmental and conservation biology, agriculture and natural resource management, and biotechnology are covered. Topics include organismic adaptation to changing environments and long-term responses to environmental perturbation, and insights into many issues of growing social importance such as climate change, land use change, and emerging diseases. Prerequisites: BIOL 312

Credits: 
3
Program Code: 
BIOL
Course Number: 
362
Academic Program(s): 
Biology
Cell Biology & Pre-medicine
Environmental Biology and Ecology