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BIO 330 - Ecology

This course examines the interaction of living organisms with each other and their environment. It presents a balanced introduction to ecology-plant, animal, theoretical and applied, physiological and behavioral and population and ecosystem. It combines the fields of natural history, forestry, agriculture, wildlife ecology and taxonomy.

Concurrent enrollment in BIO331 required.

Preresuisites - BIO124/125

Credit Hours: 4.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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