Organismic Biology is a survey course of the diversity of plants and animals on Earth. We will emphasize biodiversity, evolutionary relationships, adaptations, and ecology of plants and animals. In the first half of the course, we will cover the diversity of animal life, starting from simple unicellular organisms and moving up to the evolution of tetrapods in terrestrial environments. In the second half of the course, you will explore the diversity of plants and related organisms.

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This page was last updated January 21, 2004

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