|15-412 Evolutionary Ecology W(3-1) [0.50]|
An examination of common ecological circumstances faced by plants and animals and the morphological, behavioral and life history characteristics that have evolved in response. Particular emphasis will be placed on evolutionary processes and on adaptive aspects of thermoregulation, foraging strategies, spatial distribution, social and reproductive strategies. The course will emphasize both the theoretical basis and the empirical evidence for ecological adaptation. There is a 1-hour seminar each week for class discussion of selected lecture topics. Departments of Botany and Zoology.
|Prerequisites: 15-312, 40-200, (40-300 or 92-440).|
|1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar|
Last revised: May 31, 1998.