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BIOL 468 - The Rise of Fishes (3)

The origins and early evolution of fishes, with a focus on morphological innovations that have led to lineage divergence and adaptive radiation, and the nature of underlying processes associated with novel character trait evolution.

Prerequisite Courses: BIOL 265 (minimum grade of C)
Corequisite Courses: none
Maximum student number: 25 (waitlist of 5)

Last Modified: 
06/10/2015 at 10:56am

ZOOL 710 - Topics in Biometry (V)

Selected advanced topics in experimental design or data analysis for biologists. Repeatable unlimited times.

Pre-requisite: a graduate course in physiology, neurology, or related subjects and consent.

Last Modified: 
10/01/2014 at 10:52am

ZOOL 750 - Topics in Conservation Biology (V)

Advanced topics in conservation and environmental biology. Repeatable up to twelve credits. A-F only. Cross-listed as BOT 750.

Pre-requisite: Consent.

Last Modified: 
10/01/2014 at 10:49am

ZOOL 699 - Directed Study (V)

Directed research and reading in various fields of zoology.

Last Modified: 
11/19/2013 at 3:00pm

ZOOL 691A - Seminar in Zoology (1)

Reports on research or reviews of literature.  Graduate students required to take this or one topics course (710-719) per year.  Repeatable five times.  (B) general zoology; (C) zoology literature; (D) animal behavior, (E) ecology, (F) animal physiology, (G) development biology; (H) marine biology.

Last Modified: 
11/19/2013 at 3:00pm

ZOOL 690 - Conservation Biology (3)

Theories and concepts of ecology, evolution, and genetics for conservation of biological diversity.  Topics will include restoration ecology, management planning, laws and policies, biological invasions.  Cross-listed as BOT 690.

Pre-requisites: BIOL 375 and (ZOOL 480 or BOT 462) and (ZOOL 410, ZOOL 439, ZOOL 620, ZOOL 623, BOT 453, BOT 454, BOT 456, or BOT 492)

Last Modified: 
11/19/2013 at 2:59pm

ZOOL 652 - Population Biology (3)

Theory and applications of population biology; behavior of population models, as revealed by analytical methods and computer simulation; application to population problems such as endangered species; discussion of classical and current literature in population biology.  Cross-listed as BOT 652.

Pre-requisites: One of the following: ZOOL 439, ZOOL 467, ZOOL 620, ZOOL 621, ZOOL 623, BOT 453, BOT 454, BOT 456, NREM 680, PEPS 671; or consent

Last Modified: 
11/19/2013 at 2:58pm