The second half of a two-semester foundation course in biological science for science majors. The major emphases of this semester are animal biology, plant biology, and ecology. The form and function of animals and plants are examined on the molecular, cellular, organismal, and ecological levels. The laboratory component of the course involves a practical examination of the above topics with special emphasis on the scientific method as applied to biology and the writing of detailed laboratory reports. Three hours lecture/1 laboratory per week.
- Prerequisite: BIO 105 or BIO 101 with instructor permission.
- Credits: 4
- Offered: Spring.
- Faculty: Dr. Zhang, Prof. Knittel.