10 Credits AUTUMN


Pre-requisites: A-Level Biology or Equivalent Scientific Qualification


Aims/Description: This course presents evolution as the central unifying theme of modern biology. It begins with a brief overview of the origin of life and important events in the early history of life on earth. It goes on to explore evolutionary mechanisms: essentially how evolution works. The course finishes with three case studies in evolution.

Staff Contact: Professor Charles Wellman
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Laboratory work, Independent Study,
Assessment: Formal Exam
WebCT resources are available for this module

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