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BIO 161: Organismal Biology Lab

This laboratory is a genuine research experience course where students contribute to original research in a field of organismal biology. This year, the course will focus on the physiology of chemical defenses in poisonous amphibians through three modules. In the first module focusing on chemistry, students will work with metabolomics data to interpret and visualize chemical signatures of poison frog defense. In the second module focusing on physiology, students will learn to analyze gene expression differences in various tissues from RNA sequencing data. In the third module focusing on ecology, students will learn to analyze animal diet and foraging strategies through metabarcoding. Finally, students will integrate these datasets together for an organismal perspective on chemical defenses. Students will work collaboratively to analyze data and will learn to communicate their findings clearly through oral and written formats.
Terms: Win | Units: 4 | UG Reqs: WAY-SMA
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