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BIOS 100: Biology of Cells and Organisms
Processes of cellular and organismic function: cell structure, respiration, photosynthesis, molecular genetics and development, structure and physiology of plants and animals. Lecture, laboratory, and discussion. Natural World - With Lab course.
Professors: Applegate, D; Braunskill, K; Gulezian, P; (more)
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BIOS 101: Biology of Populations and Communities
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. Natural World - With Lab cours...
Professors: Czupryna, A; Flower, C; Frack, M; (more)
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BIOS 104: Life Evolving
Origin and diversity of life; genetics, evolution, ecology and ecosystems; energy flow; photosynthesis; human anatomy and physiology; development of biological ideas; and biology, biotechnology, and human society. Natural World - With Lab course.
Professors: Clarke, D; Muller, M; Tchernookova, B; (more)
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BIOS 196: Biology Colloquium
Combines in-class seminars with off-campus day and weekend field trips, with the goal of introducing students to different areas of the Biological Sciences, and alternate career options. 
Professors: Nelson, K; Schmidt, J
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BIOS 199: Introduction to Research
An introduction to research for students interested in becoming biology majors. Credit is contingent on approval by the research supervisor of a written report that is also submitted to the Biology colloquium faculty adviser. 
Professors: Brown, J; Gonzalez-Meler, M; Howe, H; (more)
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BIOS 220: Mendelian and Molecular Genetics
Principles of heredity and variation in phage, bacteria, fungi, plants, and animals. Basic molecular genetics, gene regulation, recombination, DNA replication, transcription, translation. Lecture and discussion. 
Professors: Apollinari, E; Brunner, R; Fonnemann, B; (more)
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BIOS 221: Genetics Laboratory
Experiments and demonstrations of classical and molecular genetics using material from Drosophila, corn, rodents, bacteria, fungi, and viruses. 
Professors: Czarnocki, A; Gorla, S; Grewe, B; (more)
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BIOS 222: Cell Biology
Rationale of experiments that led to the current understanding of organelle biogenesis, cell transport, cell signaling, and the relation of cell structure to cell function. Lecture. 
Professors: Alfonso, A; Diaconeasa, B; Featherstone, D; (more)
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BIOS 223: Cell Biology Laboratory
Laboratory experience with modern methods in molecular biology and exploration of current research in cell biology. 
Professors: Kovalik, L; Mani, M; O'Dell, A; (more)
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BIOS 230: Ecology and Evolution
Concepts and models of population growth, species interactions, community ecology, and energy and nutrient flow in ecosystems. Genetic basis of evolutionary change through adaptation, natural selection, and other mechanisms. 
Professors: Borghesio, L; Molumby, A; Nelson, K; (more)
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