Note: Teaching faculty are subject to change.
BIS 2B: "Principles of Ecology and Evolution" Instructors: Susan Keen and Donald Strong(Fall 2011); Instructors: Jay Rosenheim and TBA (Winter 2012); Instructors: Rick Grosberg and Jay Stachowicz (Spring 2012)
Catalog description: "Introduction to basic principles of ecology and evolutionary biology, focusing on the fundamental mechanisms that generate and maintain biological diversity across scales ranging from molecules and genes to global processes and patterns."
BIS 122P: (see Bodega Marine Laboratory Program) "Population Biology and Ecology/Advanced Laboratory Topics" Instructor: Steven Morgan
5 units: Lab - 12 hours; discussion - 1 hour
Offered Spring Quarter each year
Catalog description: "Residence at Bodega Marine Laboratory required. Training in scientific research, from hypothesis testing to publication, including methods of library research. Research related to topic covered in course 122. Final presentation both oral and written."
EVE 100: "Introduction to Evolution" Instructors: Artyom Kopp (Fall 2011); Graham Coop (Winter 2012); David Begun (Spring 2012).
Catalog description: "A general survey of the origins of biological diversity and evolutionary mechanisms."
Catalog description: "A general survey of the principles of ecology."
Catalog description: "Patterns and processes of evolution above the species level. Homology, homoplasy, and character evolution. Adaptive radiation; modes and rates of diversification. Evolution of complexity, and macroevolution of the genome. Principles of phylogeny reconstruction and their application to macroevolutionary studies."
107: "Animal Communication" Instructor: Gail Patricelli (TAship is FILLED)
EVE 108: (cross-listed as Plant Biology PLB 108) "Systematics and Evolution of Angiosperms" Instructor: James Doyle
4 units: Lecture - 3 hours; discussion - 1 hour
Next offered: Fall 2011
Catalog description: "How animals use songs, dances, colors, chemicals, electricity and vibrations to communicate. Mechanisms of signal production and detection (sensory systems), theory of information transfer and signal design, and the role of natural selection in shaping communication. "
Catalog description: "Diversity and classification of angiosperms (flowering plants) on a world scale, and current understanding of the origin of angiosperms and evolutionary relationships and trends within them based on morphological and molecular evidence."
Catalog description: class--"Survey of the invertebrate phyla emphasizing aquatic forms and focusing on morphology, development, natural history, and phylogenetic relationships"; lab--"Field and laboratory experience with representative members of the invertebrate phyla discussed in course 112. Emphasis on comparative morphology, natural history, ecology, and behavior of living invertebrates."
Catalog description: "The study of the interactions between plants, plant populations or vegetation types, and their physical and biological environment. Special emphasis on California. Four full-day field trips and brief write-up of class project required."
Catalog description: "Origin and evolution of weeds, reproduction and dispersal, seed ecology, modeling of population dynamics, interactions of weeds and crops, biological control. Laboratories emphasize design of competition experiments and identification of weedy species."
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