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BIOL 265L: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Lab (1 credit)

Course Description

Laboratory to accompany BIOL 265. (3 hours laboratory)

Co-Requisite(s): BIOL 265; or consent of the instructor.

Recommended Preparation: ICS 101 or ICS 105B-E; or familiarity with spreadsheets, word processing, and Internet browsers.

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

  • Use the scientific method of inquiry to investigate ecological and evolutionary phenomena.
  • Apply the concepts learned in BIOL 265 to an experimental and hands-on observational setting.
  • Apply standard analytical procedures for the study of evolution and ecology. These include the following areas of study: experimental design and set-up; descriptive statistics and hypothesis testing; age structure of a natural population; sampling and describing population attributes; sampling, describing, and quantifying the flora, fauna, and relevant abiotic characteristics of a terrestrial habitat; plant competition; optimal foraging theory; sampling and describing community characteristics and functions; primary productivity; natural selection; colonization and adaptive radiation of Hawaiian flora and fauna; taxonomy, systematics, and phylogenetics.
  • Collect, reduce, and interpret ecological and evolutionary data.
  • Prepare written objective reports describing and interpreting experimental and observational results.

Degrees and Certificates

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Classes Offered

  • Fall 2009 - W, 2:50pm to 5:30pm, Hale ʻImiloa 123, David Krupp - CRN: 62301 - view syllabus
  • Fall 2007 - W, 1:30pm to 4:00pm, Hale ʻImiloa 117, M Manning - CRN: 61262
  • Spring 2004 - F, 1:30pm to 4:30pm, Hale ʻImiloa 103, David Krupp - CRN: 63095