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BIO 201

BIO 201: Biological Sciences I

Students in Biology 201 lab Photo of monarch caterpillar Photo of students in the field

Catalog Description:  BIO 201 - BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES I
(A) Principles of biology from a botanical perspective, emphasizing structure, function, ecology, and the evolutionary diversity of the moneran, protistan, fungal and plant kingdoms. For biology majors. Not open to students with credit for both BIO 110 and 111. Lecture/Lab Hours: Three lectures, one three-hour laboratory. Fulfills: GE 2 and GE 13; LASR. (4 cr. hr.)
Frequency code A = offered every semester
Additional frequency code descriptions can be found in the Terminology Guide .

 

 

Additional Information: This course is frequently taught by Drs. Baroni, Broyles and Klotz and the laboratories are held in Bowers Hall 239.Dr. KlotzDr. BroylesDr. Baroni