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GEOLSCI 206A: Evolution of the Holometabolous Insects (BIO 206A)

Seminar course covering an area of structural biology, physiology, or ecology relevant to understanding the fossil record, with the topic changing each time the course is offered. Examples of potential topics are biomineralization, fluid mechanics, biomechanics, taphonomy and biochemical preservation, and the functional morphology/fossil history of specific evolutionary groups such as vertebrates, insects, or plants. Taught by Professor Kevin Boyce.
Terms: Win | Units: 2-3 | Repeatable for credit
Instructors: Boyce, C. (PI)
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