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Instructors: Cassandra Extavour, Andrew Murray, Aravi Samuel, Michael Desai, Ben de Bivort Lectures: MTuWThF 10:30 – 11:45 Notes: Life Sciences 50a and 50b, when taken together for a letter grade, fulfill the General Education requirements of Science of Living Systems, Science of the Physical Universe, and Empirical and Mathematical Reasoning. LS 50a taken alone fulfills two […]
Instructors: Cassandra Extavour, Gonzalo Giribet Lectures: MWF 9:00 – 10:15 Labs: W, 3:00 – 6:00 An introduction to invertebrate diversity. This course will emphasize the development, adult anatomy, biology and evolutionary relationships of the main animal phyla including sponges, mollusks, annelids and arthropods. Special emphasis is placed on understanding the similarities and differences in embryonic […]
Instructors: all OEB faculty members Presents the research interests and experiences of scientists in organismic and evolutionary biology. Specific topics treated vary from year to year. Required of all first-year graduate students in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology. Download course schedule for 2011. Read more about this and other OEB courses.
Instructors: Scott Edwards, Charles Marshall, Arkhat Abzhanov, Ann Pringle, Cassandra Extavour, Gonzalo Giribet, Chris Organ, Hopi Hoekstra, Marcus Kronforst, Chris Marx, Kevin Foster, Paul Moorcroft, Brian Farrell Lectures: M, W 1:30 – 3:00 A survey of the foundations and frontiers of ecology and evolutionary biology, delivered by OEB faculty. Topics covered in lectures and Professor-led […]
Instructors: Arkhat Abzhanov, Elena Kramer, Cassandra Extavour, Terence Capellini Are you curious about the old-new science of Evo-Devo? Do you wonder how a combination of two disciplines, evolutionary biology and developmental biology, can contribute to understanding the laws of Nature? This course will look at the way the mechanisms of development have been influenced by […]
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