Evolution for Everyone

Description: Lecture, three hours; discussion, two hours. Exploration in detail of Darwinian natural selection, with emphasis on evidence and implications for modern problems people and societies face, including antibiotic resistance, insect resistance to pesticides, and coevolution of pollinators with crop plants. Nature of science in context of questions about ongoing real-time Darwinian processes. Letter grading.

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