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BIOL2306 Ecology And Evolution

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Course Reviews on BIOL2306 Ecology And Evolution

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2018-08-25

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Course Description
Evolution of Organisms - Indepth Concepts about how Evolution works
Assessment
30 mid term about field trip

70 exam with 160 MCs
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2018-08-25

Professor: DD


Course Description
Easy and funny. love the prof
Assessment
field trip and final
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2018-08-25

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2018-08-25

Professor: Professor Dudgeon David


Course Description
natural selection and human evolution
Assessment
30% mid-term

70% exam
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2018-08-25

Professor: Professor Dudgeon David


Course Description
Biodiversity of species and history of human evolution
Assessment
mid- term+ final exam
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2018-08-25

Professor: Professor Dudgeon David


Course Description
The interaction between organisms and their environment is addressed using an issue-based approach in order to explains how the ecology of plants and animals has been shaped by evolution through interactions with their living and non-living environment. The course also demonstrates how we can understand and explain the significance of what we see in nature using scientific methods. A field course component provides the opportunity to investigate how the environment influences community composition, biodiversity and adaptive radiation in a variety of habitats.
Assessment
Examination 60%

Assignments 40%
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