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  • Jay Lunden (2018-09)
    The primary objective of this course is to gain a broad understanding of the mechanisms by which plants, animals, and ecosystems are responding to global change and to appreciate the links between physical, chemical, and ...
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    Water covers 71% of the Earth’s surface and constitutes the single largest repository of organisms on the planet, with virtually all phyla represented. The oceans and its inhabitants are valuable resources for humans. ...
  • David Higgins (2018-09)
    This semester in The Plant Cell in Development we will be tackling those two questions as we learn about the biology of plants on a cell and molecular level. This course will help you develop skills reading, analyzing, and ...
  • Jay Lunden (2018-09)
    This is a 7-week seminar course intended to introduce students to the study of the biological consequences of global climate change, from the individual to the ecosystem level. The course begins with a basic overview of ...
  • David Higgins (2018-09)
    This semester in Advanced Genetic Analysis we will be tackling those two questions as we learn about advanced topics related to gene expression, genome organization, and the evolution of life on Earth. This course will ...
  • David Higgins (2018-09)
    Biologists require a wide range of skills in order to be successful. Certainly, they need to be knowledgeable about their discipline, and you will begin to develop this knowledge in the areas of genetics and cell biology ...
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