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Catalog

    Mount Ida College
   
 
  Jan 17, 2018
 
 
    
2017-2018 College Catalog
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BI 210 - Ecology and Evolution

3 credits This course will introduce students to two major areas in biology. Ecology is the study of living organisms (in populations, communities, and ecosystems), interactions within and between species, and interactions between organisms and the physical environment. Students will examine the relationships between the different levels of ecological structure to understand the impact individual species (such as humans) can have on their surroundings. Evolution explains both the similarity between species and the tremendous diversity of organisms on earth. An understanding of evolution is essential to all biologists, as it is an underlying component of the study of living organisms. Notes: This course meets for three hours of lecture per week. Reference Code: ACC: Scientific Understanding. Prerequisites: C- or better in BI 108 (including lab).



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