BIOS2011 – Evolutionary and Physiological Ecology

BIOS2011 – Evolutionary and Physiological Ecology provides an Introduction to functional relationships between living organisms and the environments in which they live. Emphasis on interactions within and between populations, ecological energetics, ecophysiology, and the theory of evolution by natural selection. Plants, animals and microbes are covered. Also serves as an introduction to the process of scientific enquiry.

Session 2, 2017

Study level: Undergraduate

6 units of credit

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

Number of weeks: 12.

Current handbook entry Current timetable Course outline

Who should I contact?

Coordinator: Tracey Rogers

Where does this course fit into my degree?

This is a second year course.

Is there assumed prior knowledge or a co-requisite?

BIOS1101 is a pre-requisite for this course.


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