Course Syllabus for "BIO102L: Introduction to Evolutionary Biology and Ecology Lab"
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This lab course supplements BIO102: Introduction to Evolutionary Biology and Ecology. Although we cannot virtually replicate a true lab experience, this “lab” will allow you to become familiar with scientific thinking and techniques, and will enable you to explore some key principles of evolutionary biology and ecology. The material in this lab supplement directly relates to the material covered in the lecture and reading portion of the course. While the lecture and reading portion focuses on big-picture concepts, here we will focus more on visual understanding, application, and practical use of your knowledge. In each unit, you will work through tutorials related to important scientific concepts and then will be asked to think creatively about how your knowledge can be put to practical or experimental use.
Table of Contents: You can find the course's units at the links below.