ALBE Biology 30
Course number: BIOL 0012
This course increases the student’s knowledge of biology at an advanced level while continuing to build the student’s scientific literacy. This course studies life and living systems from the molecular level to the biosphere. Students explore the natural world through the major themes developed in this course: change, diversity, equilibrium, and systems. Topics of study are: systems regulating change in human organisms (endocrine and nervous systems and senses); reproduction and development; cells, chromosomes and DNA (cell division, basis of heredity, beyond Mendel and molecular genetics); and change in populations and communities (genetic basis for population change, population changes and population interactions. The course will prepare the learner to write the Biology 30 Departmental Examination.
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