Biology 1 (BIOL 1100)

This course is the first half of the majors course in general biology, from organisms through ecosystems. Lectures examine the history and diversity of life through explorations of ecology, evolution, structure and function relationships, development and genetics, with many examples from British Columbia. An integrated lab/lecture format allows efficient incorporation of concepts of anatomy, physiology, and development with investigative skills. Laboratory and field activities also examine local ecosystems and biota, and develop scientific practice.
Course code: BIOL 1100
Credits: 4.0
Length: 120.0 hours
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Biology 11 or Biology 12 with a minimum grade of 'C+' or equivalent. Recommended: Biology 11 and 12, Chemistry 11, Precalculus 11.

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