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BIOS 101. Biology of Populations and Communities. 5 hours.

Species concepts, natural selection, phylogeny, models of population growth, transmission genetics, gene frequency, adaptation, interactions among species in a community, biomes and climate, ecosystem processes, and human impacts on the environment. Course Information: Animals used in instruction. This course is intended for science majors. BIOS 100 and BIOS 101 may be taken in any order. Credit is not given for BIOS 104 if the student has credit in BIOS 100 or BIOS 101. Class Schedule Information: To be properly registered, students must enroll in one Laboratory-Discussion and one Lecture. Natural World - With Lab course.

Academic Standing

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...111 (8 hours) Biology 4-5 BIOS 100 , BIOS 101 (10 hours) Calculus AB 4...

BS with a Major in Biological Sciences

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...PHYS 108 , PHYS 141 , PHYS 142 , BIOS 100 , BIOS 101 and/or CHEM 122 / CHEM...

BS in Mathematics and Computer Science

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...116 and CHEM 118 ; or BIOS 100 and BIOS 101 . Any of these sequences would...

BS in Neuroscience

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...course requirements can be satisfied with BIOS 100 , BIOS 101 and CHEM 122 , CHEM 123...