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|NRES 735 - Biological Adapatations|
This course explores, for a variety of taxa, the mechanisms that plants and animals use to successfully live, grow, and reproduce. Themes covered in this course include the importance of homeostasis, factors limiting exploitation of different environments, and adaptations that affect evolution of organisms (including adaptations to extremes in temperature and pressure). Behavioural, ecological, physiological, biochemical, and genetic examples are discussed.
Schedule Types: Lecture, Self-Directed
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
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