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BIOL335 - Principles of Systematics

An introduction to the principles, methods, and applications of biological systematics, including reconstruction of phylogenies, creation of classifications, historical biogeography, and applications in evolutionary biology. Each student will analyze phylogenetic data and write a description of a species and its relationships. Prerequisite: BIOL 108 or SCI 100 and a 200-level Biological Sciences course; BIOL 321 strongly recommended.

Winter Term 2019

Lecture Sections

Winter Term 2019 - LEC B1 (86678)

TR 09:30:00 - 10:50:00 (ETLC E1 018)
Instructor: fsperlin@ualberta.ca - Profile


Winter Term 2019 - SEM J1 (88688)

Instructor: TBD

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