Dec 12, 2019  
2019-2020 Winona Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Winona Undergraduate Catalog
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B150 Biological Connections

3 credit(s)
Connections between living organisms and their internal and external environments are a foundational concept in biology.  This is a general biology course that explores introductory concepts in biology, with an emphasis on biological connections.  Biological interactions can occur at small and large scales, including interactions among molecules in the body, the interactions among individuals within a species, ecosystem-level interactions, and many others.  This course explores topics in cell biology, inheritance and reproduction, evolution and ecology, biological diversity, and body systems.  An emphasis will be placed on the relevance of these topics to our everyday lives, making connections between the discipline of biology and our human societies.  Offered fall and spring semesters.  Must enroll or have completed B221 Biology Field Experience  or B223 Biology Laboratory Experience  unless requirement for Integraged General Education Program has previously been fulfilled.



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