Genetics, Evolution, and Ecology

Biology 200 or Biology 102

Usual Description

This course provides biology majors and others with an integrated introduction to key biological principles of ecology and evolution, including selection, drift, sources of variation, and patterns of diversity, as well as factors and processes governing biotic and abiotic interactions that influence distribution and abundance of organisms. Labs feature indoor and field exercises and discussions designed to develop critical thinking and quantitative skills in data collection, analysis, and interpretation. Field trips required.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Biology 200 Taught by Mary Garvin
Biology 200 Taught by Angela Roles
Biology 200 Taught by Mary Garvin or Mary Teleha
Biology 200
Biology 200 Taught by Angela Roles
Biology 200 Taught by Chris Anderson
Biology 200 Taught by Angela Roles or Keith Tarvin
Biology 102 Taught by Chris Anderson, Jane Bennett, or Roger Laushman
Biology 102 Taught by Jane Bennett, Mary Garvin, or Roger Laushman
Biology 102 Taught by Jane Bennett, Mary Garvin, Roger Laushman, or Angela Roles
Biology 102 Taught by Jane Bennett, Mary Garvin, or Roger Laushman
Biology 102 Taught by Jane Bennett, Mary Garvin, or Roger Laushman