Biology

 

Recent Submissions

  • Eric Miller (2019-01)
    A virology course contains broad similarities to survey courses that focus on the diversity in natural history and description of species groups (such as courses on mammalian anatomy, herpetology, angiosperms, or ...
  • Kristen Whalen (2019-01)
  • Jay Lunden (2019-01)
    Invertebrates comprise over 90% of all animal life, and are found in every ecosystem on Earth. To this extent, invertebrates exhibit a diverse array of adaptations to enable functioning in various habitats. In this ...
  • Soel Hee Im (2019-01)
    Welcome to Molecular Neurobiology! At some point, all of us have asked the questions “Why do we act the way we do?” or “How did they do that?” which both ultimately lead us to the “black box” of the nervous system. This ...
  • Rachel Hoang (2019-01)
    When you look around in your everyday life it is possible to find a vast array of different kinds of animals, from ants to humans to squirrels and everything in between! All the more incredible is the fact that this is ...
  • David Higgins (2019-01)
    This semester in Advanced Topics in Biology: Meiotic Drive & Selfish Genetic Elements we will be tackling those three questions as we learn about this advanced topic in molecular genetics. This course will dive into a niche ...
  • Soel Hee Im (2019-01)
    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 Molecular and cellular ...
  • Robert Fairman (2019-01)
  • David Higgins (2019-01)
    This semester in Perspectives in Biology: Genetic Engineering, Farming, & Food we will be tackling those three questions as we learn about introductory topics related to genetics and the biology of plants. This course will ...