BIO 202 Biological Interactions, 4 credits
Biological Interactions is the fourth required course in the introductory sequence for the biology major. In this course, students will integrate and apply the biological concepts learned in BIO 111 Evolution, Genetics and Ecology, BIO 112 Cell and Molecular Biology, and BIO 201 Organismal Structure and Function to particular examples. The course will be based on a critical analysis of the biological literature on a particular topic, such as community interactions, host-pathogen relationships, or symbiosis.
Lecture: 3 hours. Laboratory: 3 hours.
Prerequisite: BIO 201, or permission of instructor