BIO 145: Introduction to Population and Community Ecology
Comprehensive introduction to the ecology of populations, communities and ecosystems. Examines the dynamics of single-species populations, and then moves to species interactions including competition, predation, parasitism, and mutualism. Structure and dynamics of entire communities and food webs also are examined. Discusses conservation biology applications throughout.
Prerequisite: (BIO 001 or equivalent exam) and (MATH 021 or equivalent exam). Pass/No Pass option. Discussion included.
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