Teacher: Martin Dansky (Montreal)Speaks English, French, Italian
The understanding of speciation, genetic drift and natural selection in modern day evolutionary thought with reference to population biology, cell biology, zoology and ornithology. References will be made to microbial genomics and virology.
This course will help students understand the current approach to biological evolution and has recently adopted some material from the microbiological sciences.
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