BI 104 - General Biology II
General Biology II builds upon the foundational principles in cell biology, biochemistry, genetics, and evolution from the first semester by exploring the biological diversity of organisms and their ecological interactions. The course surveys the diversity of species classified as Protists and Fungi, with a more in-depth exploration of the form and function of Plants and Animals. The course also examines how these diverse species interact by providing an introduction into the study of ecology and the biosphere.
For Biology, Natural Science, Environmental Science, and Biochemistry and Molecular Biology majors.
Note: Students preparing for graduate programs in the health care field are expected to take BI 103 and BI 104. Under special circumstances and permission of the Chair, these courses can be taken in any sequence (i.e., BI 103 followed by BI 104 or BI 104 followed by BI 103
BI104 is only offered in the spring semester.
Three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory each week for one semester. Four credits.
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