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BIOL 28600 Introduction to Ecology and Evolution

Session Offered:

Spring Credit 2.0

Prerequisites:

BIOL 11000 AND (BIOL 11100 OR BTNY 21000) OR BIOL 12100

Description:

Evolutionary processes and ecological principles associated with individuals, populations, communities, and ecosystems.  Topics include genetic drift, natural selection, adaptation, life tables, population dynamics, competition, predation, biodiversity, and ecological stability, with emphasis on natural systems.

Instructor(s):
DENISE ZIELINSKI

E-mail:
dzielins@purdue.edu

Textbook(s):

Title: Ecology: Evolution, Application, Integration
Author: David T. Krohne
ISBN: 9780199757459
Edition: 1st

Notes:

Evening Exams Required. 



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