Biol201: Foundations of Biology II

Biology 201

Foundations of Biology II

Rob Mustard office: 760-744-1150 ext. 5450
Adjunct Faculty rmustard@palomar.edu
Department of Life Sciences 1140 W. Mission Road
Palomar College San Marcos, CA 92069-1487


Welcome to the Spring 2013 edition of Fundamentals of Biology II at Palomar College!
This web page is for the Tuesday and Thursday evening sections, which meet in room 324 of the Natural Sciences building (NS-324), from 5:00-9:20pm.

Biol201 is the second half of the two-semester introduction for Biology majors. As described in the Palomar College Catalog, it's "an examination of the diversity of life, as seen in the Eubacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya, emphasizing the integration of structure and function, development, life histories, phylogenetics, animal behavior, and ecology." As a broad survey across biology -- the study of living things -- Biol201 is an opportunity to study organisms individually, as well as to observe their interactions with and dependencies on their environment.

The PDF versions of the Lecture Outline, Laboratory Manual and Study Guide for Biology 201 are available in the Blackboard site for this course.

You will need the Randomization Laboratory Exercise the first day. Refer to your syllabus to know which parts of the lecture outline to print and have with you.

Important Announcements:
26 December 2012: The Syllabus for Spring 2013 is available!

Follow the links in the navigation bar above to obtain detailed information about this course.
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