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2020-21 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-21 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

BI 329 Ecology


This course investigates the factors that determine the distribution and abundance of organisms, including evolution of adaptations, behavior, and niches, population growth and population regulation, competition, predation, plant community succession, and ecosystem nutrient cycling. The course will introduce students to ecological concepts using both plant and animal examples from the scientific literature, and students will learn to model those concepts mathematically.

Three class hours and three laboratory hours weekly; field trips.

Prerequisite: BI 101 , BI 102 ; or written permission of the instructor and Department Chair.