BIOL 150 Biodiversity, Form, and Function/Lecture

This is an introductory course and the first course in the biological sciences for biology majors. It examines the variety of populations, species, and natural communities known as biological diversity. It surveys the five kingdoms (bacteria-like life forms, protozoan life forms, fungi life forms, plants, and animals) and three domains of life on the planet. The relationship of global systems as they pertain to the healthy function of the biosphere is explored. Major biological concepts are presented.

Credits

3

Corequisite

Concurrent with BIOL 150L