Oct 18, 2018  
2018-2019 Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Catalog
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BIOL 245 Ecology


This course introduces basic principles of ecology- the study of relationships among living organisms, their environment and each other. We examine ecological concepts applied to individuals, populations and communities of both plants and animals. Topics include plant and animal adaptations to the environment, the role environmental factors in the distribution and abundance of organisms, the dynamics of population growth, species interactions including competition and predation, the structure of ecological communities, and the application of ecology to problems in conservation.

Repeatable: N
Formerly 56-2450
SL
Prerequisites MATH 110 College Mathematics  or MATH 115 Liberal Arts Mathematics  or MATH 120 Quantitative Reasoning  or ACCU-T-67 EXAM-ACCUPLACER MATH MINIMUM SCORE = 67  or ACT-M-23 EXAM-ACT MATH MINIMUM SCORE = 23  or SAT-M-550 EXAM-SAT MATH MINIMUM SCORE = 550  or CMPS-M-67 EXAM-CMPS MATH MINIMUM SCORE = 67  
Minimum Credits 4 Maximum Credits 4



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