Content Tagged ‘Ecology’
(1 lecture, 1 2-hour lab, 1 discussion per week) Formal quantitative approach in identifying, designing, performing, analyzing, and interpreting ecological field problems. Offered alternate years only.
Pre-requisites: ZOOL 439/L and ZOOL 631, or consent
Principles of ecology of marine biota and environment.
Pre-requisites: Graduate standing in Biology, Oceanography, or Botany; or consent
(2 3-hour labs per week) Practical introduction to molecular methods used to address ecological and evolutionary questions. Advanced undergraduate/graduate level. Focus on methods and application to independent research project. A - F only. Offered alternate years only.
[BIOL 265/L (or equivalent) or BIOL 275/L (or equivalent)], and BIOL 375/L and consent
Body plans, development, cellular construction, physiological integration, natural history, and ecology of invertebrate animals. Emphasis on marine species, especially local ones. Must be taken concurrently with ZOOL475L. DB
BIOL 172 and CHEM 161, or consent
Reproduction, early life history, age and growth, feeding, niche specificity, competitive interactions, communities, and evolutionary mechanisms. DB
ZOOL 465, or consent
Biology of fishes; reproduction, physiological processes, functional anatomy, behavior, ecology, distribution, and systematics. Must be taken concurrently with ZOOL465L. DB
Broad coverage of the morphology, physiology, ecology, behavior, and evolution of birds, emphasizing the relation of birds to general theory in biology. DB