BIOL 1202 Biology for Science Majors II Spring 2010 Section 001 102 Williams Hall M W F 1:40 2:30pm Purpose and content of course This course covers the basic information, concepts and methods of modern biological science. It is intended for students in s
Chapter Learning Objectives Chapter 22: Descent with Modification: a Darwinian View of Life Define evolution and adaptation.
Concept 22.1: The Darwinian revolution challenged traditional views of a young Earth inhabited by unchanging species Describe the
What is evolution and adaptation? Two main ideas 1. Change over time of the genetic compositions of a populations 2. Decent of modern organisms with modification from preexisting organisms Evolutionary adaptation Accumulation of inherited characteristics
ENGL 2000: Writing from the Movies
Section 160 T Th 1:403:00 Instructor: Al Dixon Office: 26 Allen Hall Spring 2010 226 Tureaud email@example.com Office hours: T Th 9:3010:30 and by appointment
English 2000 builds upon the skills emphasized in English 1001.