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BIOL 241 Biological Concepts II (4)

Through continued investigation and analysis of scientifically and societally important problems, students in this course will undertake an increasingly sophisticated and interdisciplinary study of biology that will continue to emphasize the five unifying concepts in biology: Structure and Function, Transformations of Energy and Matter, Information Flow and Storage, Evolution, and Systems. With faculty guidance, students will work together to acquire the biological information necessary to investigate each problem at multiple scales of biological organization, from molecules through ecosystems. Emphasis will be placed on analysis and interpretation of primary scientific literature and communication of scientific information to diverse audiences.

  • General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Natural Sciences
  • Prerequisite: BIOL 231 and CHEM 115 (or concurrent enrollment in CHEM 115)
  • Offering: Spring semester
  • Instructor: Staff

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