BIOS1101 – Evolutionary and Functional Biology

BIOS1101 – Evolutionary and Functional Biology examines the evolutionary history of life on earth from origins to humans and the relationship between environment, adaptation and function. Animal (particularly human) and plant physiology are covered with an emphasis placed on adaptation in the Australian context.

Session 2, 2017

Study level: Undergraduate

6 units of credit

Hours per week: 5 - 2 hours of lectures, 3 hours of lectures.

Number of weeks: 12.

Current handbook entry Current timetable 2016 Course outline

Who should I contact?

BIOS1101@unsw.edu.au

Coordinator: Stephen Bonser

Assistant Coordinator: Hayley Bates

Where does this course fit into my degree?

This is a first year course.

Are there mandatory activities for this course?

Practicals are mandatory- an attendance record above 80% is required to pass the course.


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