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APPPHYS 237: Evolution by the numbers (BIO 251)

Topics in evolution from a quantitative perspective. From basic principles of evolutionary dynamics to fundamental questions that are far-from-being answered; from early life, metabolic processes, and the molding of the earth by microbes, to spread of human epidemics; from analysis of genomes and molecular phylogenies to aspects of multi-cellular development. Intended for students with no biology background as well as biology students who are comfortable with probability and ordinary differential equations. Advanced undergraduate as well.
Terms: Aut | Units: 3
Instructors: Fisher, D. (PI)
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