Units: 3A consideration of evolution as the unifying concept in biology. Diversity and adaptation of form, function, and behavior of living organisms. Biological, geological, anthropological, and chemical evidence for and mechanisms of evolutionary change, including global pattern of distribution and specialization, mass extinctions, the evolution of race and sex, and the origin of species. Enrollment restricted to Biological Sciences Majors.
Prerequisite(s):BIOL 210 with a grade of C (2.0) or better