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|BIOL 2010||MAJOR CONCEPTS IN BIOLOGY||3|
Prerequisite: ENGL 1100 or 1110; MATH 1180 or higher. This course will discuss and analyze classical experiments which underlie major concepts in biology, such as evolution, the gene, the cell, homeostasis, and epigenesis. (not for major credit)
FUNDAMENTALS OF LIFE SCIENCE I: Diversity of Life, Evolution, and Adaptation
Prerequisite: Composite ACT of 21 and CHEM 1090 (or 1230 or passing score of >19 on CHEM placement test). An introduction to the diversity of multicellular life on earth, evolution, and physiological adaptations.
|BIOL 2160||FUNDAMENTALS OF LIFE SCIENCE LABORATORY I||1|
Corequisite: BIOL 2150. A series of laboratory exercises which supplement the material discussed in BIOL 2150. Course Web Page
|BIOL 2170||FUNDAMENTALS OF LIFE SCIENCE II: Cells, Inheritance and Development||4|
Prerequisite: CHEM 1210 or 1230. A general introduction to cell structure and function, energy processing in plants and animals, basic genetics, molecular biology, and development.
|BIOL 2180||FUNDAMENTALS OF LIFE SCIENCE LABORATORY II||1|
Corequisite: BIOL 2170. A series of laboratory exercises which supplement the material discussed in BIOL 2170. Course Web Page
|BIOL 2910||BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH||1|
Prerequisite: GPA of 2.5. A discussion/demonstration of opportunities for undergraduate research in Biology at the University of Toledo and elsewhere.
|BIOL 2980||SPECIAL TOPICS IN BIOLOGY||1-3|
Topics selected by various instructors. May be repeated when the topic varies. Topic must be approved in advance by Undergraduate Affairs Committee and Department Chair.