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BIOL1100 - Unifying Concepts in Biology

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This course is a non-majors biology course focusing on three concepts that are universal to living organisms - heredity, evolution and interactions in ecosystems.  I utilize many teaching techniques including cooperative learning groups, problem-based learning and case studies.

 Pre-lab Assignments  Fall 2014
 Lecture syllabus  Fall 2012
 Lab syllabus  Fall 2012
 Web links  Fall 2009
 Sample Lab Report  Fall 2010
 Practice Population Problems  Answers posted on bottom

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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