BIOL 1342. EVOLUTION AND ECOLOGY. 3 Hours.
Reviews significant aspects of organismal biology and presents current hypotheses concerning the origin and diversification of life on earth. The ecological and behavioral interactions between organisms and their biotic/abiotic environments are considered from an evolutionary perspective. This course may only be taken by students in the ASSURE program, and is a co-requisite of BIOL 1343 to satisfy the introductory lab requirement for Biology majors. It may satisfy the introductory lab requirement for other College of Science majors--please check with your academic advisors and/or the COS Dean's Office. Prerequisite: BIOL 1341 with a C or better or BIOL 1441 with a C or better.