Lecture2 - Biology 301 Ecology & Evolution Dr. William...

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Biology 301 Dr. William (Trey) Franklin Coker Life Sciences 108 franklin@sc.edu (803) 777 – 3379 Office Hours: TBA and By Appointment
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Welcome to Biology The required textbook for this  course is Robert E.  Ricklefs’  The Economy of  Nature,  Sixth Edition . ( © 2010, W.H Freeman Publishers)
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http://bcs.whfreeman.com/ricklefs6e A FREE Web site  accompanies the book. It  includes some great study  aids including:    Living Graphs  Data Analysis  Self Tests  And More!
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ECOLOGY EVOLUTION
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Ecology Science of the current distribution, abundance, and diversity of species
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Evolution Science of the origins of biological diversity and its distribution Descent with modification Historical in nature
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WHY? All ecological processes occur in the context of
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