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2010-2011 Academic Year

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BIOL-102*/0.5 Introductory Biology of Cells 3L
An introduction to the basic themes and concepts of modern biology spanning organizational levels from molecules to cells in an evolutionary context. PREREQUISITE    4U Biology and Chemistry, or equivalent, are highly recommended.
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BIOL-103*/0.5 Introductory Biology of Organisms 3L;1.5P
An introduction to the basic themes and concepts of modern biology spanning organizational levels from organisms to ecosystems in an evolutionary context.
NOTE    Lab Manual: estimated cost $13. which includes a cost recovery fee to offset lab expenses.
PREREQUISITE    BIOL 102*.
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BIOL-110*/0.5 Human Genetics and Evolution 3L;1T
Introductory genetics and evolutionary processes as they relate to the human condition - genetic diseases, medical techniques, inheritance and ethical issues such as cloning and genetically modified foods. Students who are currently taking or have previously taken BIOL 102* and BIOL 103* may not take BIOL 110* for credit.
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BIOL-111*/0.5 Ecology and the Environment 2L;1T
Introduces the basic concepts of ecology and shows how they relate to environmental issues such as population growth, resource management, biodiversity, agriculture, air and water pollution, energy, and climate change, and to solutions leading to a sustainable environment. Students who are currently taking or have previously taken BIOL 302* or BIOL 303* may not take BIOL 111* for credit.
Also offered as a distance course. Consult Continuing and Distance Studies.
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BIOL-201*/0.5 Diversity of Life I 3L;3P
A survey of bacteria, algae, fungi and plants, their internal organization and their relationships to their environment. Organismal biology is discussed in a phylogenetic context and the evolution of organizational complexity and the relations between structure and function are stressed.
NOTES    Lab Manual: estimated cost $20. which includes a cost recovery fee to offset lab expenses. Field trip: estimated cost $12.
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BIOL-202*/0.5 Diversity of Life II 3L;3P
A survey of animals, their internal organization and their relationships to their environment. Organismal biology is discussed in a phylogenetic context and the evolution of organizational complexity and the relations between structure and function are stressed.
NOTES    Lab Manual: estimated cost $30. which includes a cost recovery fee to offset lab expenses. Field trip: estimated cost $35.
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BIOL-205*/0.5 Mendelian and Molecular Genetics 2L;3P
An introduction to Mendelian and molecular genetics covering the basic mechanisms of genetic transmission, gene structure and function, as well as the application of molecular genetics in medicine and biotechnology.
NOTE    Lab Manual: estimated cost $15. which includes a cost recovery fee to offset lab expenses.
PREREQUISITE    BIOL 102* and BIOL 103*.
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BIOL-206*/0.5 Evolutionary Genetics 3L;3P
An introduction to the genetic mechanisms of population differentiation and evolutionary change - from molecules to species. The genetical theory of evolution is also applied to problems involving conservation, biotechnology and the evolution of disease.
NOTE    Lab Manual: estimated cost $15. which includes a cost recovery fee to offset lab expenses.
PREREQUISITES    BIOL 201*, BIOL 205*.
COREQUISITE    BIOL 202*.
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BIOL-210*/0.5 Biology of Sex 3L;1T alt.wks.
Why sex? The evolutionary origins and consequences of sex and sexual reproduction. Topics include costs and benefits of sexual reproduction, the evolution and coevolution of sexes, gametes and genitalia, mating systems, gender differences and sex determination throughout the biotic world. PREREQUISITES    BIOL 102* and BIOL 103*, or BIOL 110*, or BIOL 201* and BIOL 202*, and second-year standing or above. 
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MBIO-218*/0.5 Gene Structure and Function (Molecular Biology) 3L;1T alt.wks.
For a complete description, see Biochemistry.
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BIOL-243*/0.5 Data Management and Analysis 3L;1P
Data management for biologists – from the formulation of interesting questions, through the design of experiments and statistical analysis, to final publication of results in papers and reports. Emphasis is on the application of statistical methods using statistical software rather than theory.
NOTE    Enrolment is limited. Priority will be given to students registered in BSCH MAJ and BSCH SSP Biology degree programs. 
PREREQUISITES    MHF4U and MCV4U or equivalent, or MATH 006* is highly recommended.
EXCLUSION    PSYC 202*.
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BIOM-300*/0.5 Modeling Techniques in Biology 3L;2P
Modeling will be presented in the context of biological examples drawn from ecology and evolution, including life history evolution, sexual selection, evolutionary epidemiology and medicine, and ecological interactions. Techniques will be drawn from dynamical systems, probability, optimization, and game theory with emphasis put on how to formulate and analyze models. PREREQUISITES    One of MATH 120, MATH 121, MATH 122, MATH 124*; one of MATH 110, MATH 111 is recommended.
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BIOL-302*/0.5 Population and Evolutionary Ecology 2L;3P
Introductory ecology dealing with population growth and regulation, species interactions and reproductive and life history strategies. Laboratory work includes field studies as well as individual and group projects.
NOTE    Field trip: estimated cost $75.
PREREQUISITES    BIOL 201*, BIOL 202* and BIOL 206*.
PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE    BIOL 243* or PSYC 202*.
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BIOL-303*/0.5 Community and Ecosystem Ecology 3L;3P
An introduction to the major ecological concepts at the community and ecosystem scales. Patterns and mechanisms underlying: community structure; biogeographic patterns; element cycles in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Environmental problems are assessed in terms of ecological principles. Laboratory work includes field studies as well as individual and group projects.
NOTE    Field trip: estimated transportation cost $10.
PREREQUISITES OR COREQUISITES    BIOL 201* and BIOL 202*, BIOL 206* and BIOL 243* or PSYC 202*.
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BIOL-307*/0.5 Field Biology I
Two weeks of field work plus written assignments in one or two areas of study to be done when specialized modules are available in May, July, August or February. Studies may include ecology of birds, fish, insects, small mammals, plants, tundra and taiga, lakes and caves. The schedule of offerings for each year is available in January.
NOTE    Field trip: estimated cost of each module available in January.
PREREQUISITES    BIOL 201* and BIOL 202*. Prior to registering in the course students must complete the application process, be placed in a module and complete the field work.
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BIOL-308**/0.25  Field Studies in Biology I 
One week of field work plus written assignments in one or two areas of study to be done when specialized modules are available in May, July, August or February. Studies may include ecology of birds, fish, insects, small mammals, plants, tundra and taiga, lakes and caves. The schedule of offerings for each year is available in January.
NOTE    Field trip: estimated cost of each module available in January.
PREREQUISITES    BIOL 201* and BIOL 202*. Prior to registering in the course students must complete the application process, be placed in a module and complete the field work.
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BIOL-309**/0.25 Field Studies in Biology II
A program of field studies as described for BIOL 308* but differing in content.
NOTE    Field trip: estimated cost of each module available in January. 
PREREQUISITE    BIOL 308*. Prior to registering in the course students must complete the application process, be placed in a module and complete the field work.
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BIOL-310*/0.5 Conservation Genetics 2L;2T
This course will explore genetic aspects of conservation, addressing questions such as: How is genetic variation lost? Can loss of genetic variation result in extinction? How much genetic variation is 'enough' for population viability? Can loss of genetic variation be prevented? How do we define management units for conservation? And is hybridization a problem or a benefit for conservation? PREREQUISITES    BIOL 205* and BIOL 206*.
PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE    BIOL 302* or BIOL 303*.  
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BIOL-315*/0.5 Plants for People 3L
General groups of plants used for food, fibre, shelter and pleasure. The plant parts that are used and the conversion of these to consumer products will be surveyed. PREREQUISITES    BIOL 102* and BIOL 103* and BIOL 201*.
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BIOL-316*/0.5 Fisheries Biology 3L
An introduction to the basic principles of fisheries biology and examination of the biological foundations of current problems affecting the world’s fisheries, with an emphasis on developing sound science-based strategies to resolve these problems. PREREQUISITES    BIOL 103*, BIOL 202*.
EXCLUSION    BIOL 415*.
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BIOL-317*/0.5 Field Biology II
Two weeks of field work plus written assignments in one or two areas of study to be done when specialized modules are available in May, July, August or February. Studies may include ecology of birds, fish, insects, small mammals, plants, tundra and taiga, lakes and caves. The schedule of offerings for each year is available in January.
NOTE    Field trip: estimated cost of each module available in January.
PREREQUISITE    BIOL 307*. Prior to registering in the course students must complete the application process, be placed in a module and complete the field work.
EXCLUSION    BIOL 407*.
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BIOL-319*/0.5 Introduction to Ethnobotany   
Ethnobotany is the study of culture arising from the relationship between indigenous peoples and local flora. The discipline of ethnobotany will be introduced and case studies used to examine the ways in which challenges such as climate change, deforestation, cultural assimilation and pressure to discover new medicines are changing global communities.
Offered only as a distance course. Consult Continuing and Distance Studies.
PREREQUISITE    BIOL 102* and BIOL 103* plus one 200-level BIOL course.
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BIOL-320*/0.5 Applied Field Botany 1L;3P
Traditional systematic and taxonomic approaches to the study of plants will be examined in addition to the development of applied field skills for botanical research, resource inventories and site assessment.
NOTE    Field Trips: estimated cost $20.
PREREQUISITE    Third–year standing or above in Biology.     
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BIOL-321*/0.5 Animal Behaviour 3L;3P
An evolutionary approach to the study of animal behaviour. This course explores processes and patterns in behaviour, with emphasis on perception, communication, foraging, spacing, reproduction and social behaviour in a variety of animals. Methods of studying and analyzing behaviour are explored through laboratory exercises. PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE    BIOL 201* and BIOL 202*.
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BIOL-322*/0.5 Environmental Physiology of Animals 2L;1S
A comparative examination of interaction between animals and their environment including: physiological adaptations to extreme environments (e.g., arctic, desert); responses to acute and chronic environmental stress (e.g., hypoxia, temperature); environmental regulation of normal physiological processes; uses of comparative models in other fields. PREREQUISITE    BIOL 338* or BIOL 339*.
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BIOL-323*/0.5 Vertebrate Diversity and Evolution 3L;3P
Vertebrate biodiversity including characteristics and adaptations of the major classes of the living vertebrates; major environmental and geological changes associated with vertebrate evolution.
NOTE    Field trip: estimated cost $35.
PREREQUISITES    BIOL 201* and BIOL 202*, BIOL 206*.
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BIOL-325*/0.5 Frontiers in Cell and Molecular Physiology 3P;1T
A hands-on survey of selected experimental approaches to studying cell biology and molecular physiology. PREREQUISITES OR COREQUISITES    One of BIOL 330* or MBIO 218* (or MBIO 318*), and one of BIOL 301*, BIOL 334* (or BIOL 234*), BIOL 338*, BIOL 339*, BIOL 341*.
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BIOL-327*/0.5 Field Biology III
Two weeks of field work plus written assignments in one or two areas of study to be done when specialized modules are available in May, July, August or February. Studies may include ecology of birds, fish, insects, small mammals, plants, tundra and taiga, lakes and caves. The schedule of offerings for each year is available in January.
NOTE    Field trip: estimated cost of each module available in January.
PREREQUISITES    BIOL 307*, BIOL 317*. Prior to registering in the course students must complete the application process, be placed in a module and complete the field work.
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BIOL-330*/0.5 Cell Biology 3L
An introduction to the cellular basis of biological variation. The course explores the control of cell function exerted by the nucleus, the pathways for building and fueling cells, and the control of integrative cellular events. PREREQUISITE    BIOL 205*.
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BIOL-331*/0.5 Analytical Genomics 3L;1T
This course will explore the structure of genomes and the nature and origin of gene families as well as large scale functional genomics methods for analysis of novel gene function. PREREQUISITE    BIOL 205*.
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BIOL-333*/0.5 Applied Biology 3L;1T alt.wks.
The course explores biological contributions to society in the fields of environmental assessment and management, materials and food production, and biotechnology. Emphasis is placed on understanding of applied processes in relevant service and production industries.
Also offered as a distance course. Consult Continuing and Distance Studies.
PREREQUISITES    BIOL 201*, BIOL 205*.
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BIOL-334*/0.5 Comparative Biochemistry  3L
A survey of selected topics including: general principles of enzymology; bioenergetics; metabolism and its control; the importance of proteomic and enzyme research in functional genomics and biotechnology; mechanisms whereby animals and plants acclimate at the biochemical level to environmental stress.
NOTE    Preference will be given to students registered in a Biology degree program or who require this course for their program.
PREREQUISITES    BIOL 102* and BIOL 103*; CHEM 112 (or CHEM 116).
PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE    BIOL 205*.
EXCLUSION    BIOL 234*.
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BIOL-335*/0.5 Limnology and Aquatic Ecology 3L;3P
Physics, chemistry and biology of freshwater lakes. Emphasis on: morphometry; light and temperature; water chemistry in relation to nutrients; physiological requirements; composition and interaction of algal and invertebrate populations; eutrophication; pollution; environmental change.
NOTE    Field trip: estimated cost $25.
PREREQUISITE    CHEM 112 (or CHEM 116) or APSC 131 and APSC 132. BIOL 201* and BIOL 202* are highly recommended.
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BIOL-339*/0.5 Animal Physiology 3L;1T
Focus is placed on adaptive physiology and integrative function (nervous and hormonal, movement, excretion, circulation and digestion) with examples selected from various phylogenetic levels as appropriate. PREREQUISITES    BIOL 202* and BIOL 205*.
EXCLUSION    BIOL 338*.
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BIOL-340*/0.5 Experimental Approaches to Animal Physiology 3P;1T
Laboratory-based course emphasizing experimental approaches to understanding the principles of animal physiology covered in BIOL 339*. PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE    BIOL 339*.
EXCLUSION    BIOL 338*.
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BIOL-341*/0.5 Plant Physiology 3L
The course examines various aspects of plant cell biology, physiology, and biochemistry including carbon and nitrogen metabolism (photosynthesis, respiration, etc.), water relations, mineral nutrition, response to environmental stress, roles of plant hormones, plant biotechnology. PREREQUISITE    BIOL 205*.
EXCLUSION    BIOL 301*.
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BIOL-342*/0.5 Experiments in Plant Physiology 3P;1T
Laboratory-based course emphasizing experimental approaches to understanding the principles of plant physiology covered in BIOL 341*. PREREQUISITE OR COREQUISITE    BIOL 341*.
EXCLUSION    BIOL 301*.
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BIOL 350*/0.5 Evolutionary Ecology of Humans 3L;1.5T
An exploration of how evolutionary thinking can affect our understanding of our lives, our species, and our ability to share the planet with other species. PREREQUISITE    Third–year standing or above.
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400- AND 500-LEVEL COURSES
Due to enrolment limitations, students who have been admitted to an honours program in Biology will be given preferred access to 400- and 500-level courses.
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BIOL-404*/0.5 Techniques in Molecular Biology
Two weeks of intensive workshops and laboratory work to be carried out as a two-week module in May. Practical work may include DNA and RNA isolations, gene cloning, plasmid and viral vector studies, DNA sequencing and PCR. Enrolment is limited.
NOTE    Lab Expenses: estimated cost $250.
PREREQUISITE    BIOL 205*. Priority to students registered in BIOL MAJ and SSP degree programs.
EXCLUSION    BCHM 317*.
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BIOL-409*/0.5 Bioremediation 2L;1.5T/P
The use of living organisms to address environmental problems. Topics include mechanisms of contaminant extraction, absorption, concentration, and degradation using bacteria and plants to detoxify organic compounds, sequester heavy metals or clean up excess nutrients.
NOTE    Field trip: estimated cost $40.
PREREQUISITES    BIOL 201* and BIOL 202*. One of BIOL 301*, BIOL 322*, BIOL 339*, BIOL 341* is recommended.
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BIOL-410*/0.5 Ecology of Lakes and Streams 3L
An in-depth look at the ecology and evolution of freshwater aquatic ecosystems, considering the role of populations, interspecific interactions, and the flow of energy and matter. There will be an emphasis on linking ecological theory with empirical evidence from aquatic systems. Topics will include dispersal and colonization, ecological genetics, resource competition, predator-prey interaction, evolution of life-history strategies, habitat coupling, and biogeochemical cycling. PREREQUISITE    BIOL 302* or BIOL 303*. BIOL 335* recommended.
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BIOL-416*/0.5 Terrestrial Ecosystems   3L;3P alt.wks.
Principles of terrestrial ecosystem ecology: soils; plant-soil interactions; energy and water balance; carbon and nutrient cycling; species effects; landscape-level and whole earth biogeochemistry; global change. 
NOTE    Overnight field trip: cost $50.
PREREQUISITE    BIOL 303* or GPHY 317*.
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BIOL-422*/0.5 Conservation Biology 3L;3T
The application of biological research to the conservation of biodiversity and natural resources, as well as the interaction of biology with philosophy, politics and economics in influencing conservation policy.
NOTE    A course fee to cover guest speakers and field trips of not more than $40.
PREREQUISITES    BIOL 206*, and BIOL 302* or BIOL 303*.
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BIOL-423*/0.5 Modern Insect Science 2L;1S;1P
An exploration into the world of insects, one of the most abundantly successful group of organisms on the earth.
NOTE    An overnight field trip is estimated to cost $65; a limited number of bursaries may be available for exceptional circumstances; contact the instructor early in the previous term.
PREREQUISITE    BIOL 201* and BIOL 202*, BIOL 205*. BIOL 330* or MBIO 218* (or MBIO 318*) is recommended.
EXCLUSION    BIOL 507*.
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BIOL-430*/0.5 Molecular Genetics of Development 3L/S
The use of genetic analysis to understand developmental processes such as cell fate determination, pattern formation and morphogenesis. Emphasis will be on the molecular pathways used during embryonic development, highlighting applications and techniques using model organisms. PREREQUISITES    BIOL 330* or MBIO 218* (or MBIO 318*).
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BIOL-431*/0.5 Cellular Basis of Adaptation 3L;1S
The cellular origins of diversity in physiological processes, with consideration of the role of evolutionary, developmental and molecular mechanisms. PREREQUISITES    BIOL 330* and one of BIOL 301*, BIOL 334* (or BIOL 234*), BIOL 339*, BIOL 341* or BIOL 338*.
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BIOL-433*/0.5 Theoretical Foundations of Biology 3L;2S
An examination of the foundations of evolution, classification and other selected topics from historical, philosophical and scientific perspectives. PREREQUISITES    BIOL 206*, and BIOL 302* or BIOL 303*.
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BIOL-439*/0.5 Natural Selection and Microevolution 3L;3P
The mechanisms of evolutionary change - from genes to societies. How natural selection interacts with genetic and population processes to make organisms adapted to their environment and to create biological diversity. PREREQUISITES    BIOL 206*, and BIOL 302* or BIOL 303*.
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BIOL-440*/0.5 Speciation and Macroevolution 2L;3P
An exploration of higher-level processes in evolution spanning considerations of mechanisms of speciation, extinction, adaptive radiation, and phylogenetics. PREREQUISITES    BIOL 206*, and BIOL 302* or BIOL 303*.
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BIOL-441*/0.5 Molecular Genetics 3L;1S
Current research in eukaryotic molecular genetics including gene regulation, transformation, cell proliferation and the analysis of development. Specific topics will vary depending on the instructor but will include plant, insect and mammalian genetics. PREREQUISITES    BIOL 205*; BIOL 330* or MBIO 218* (or MBIO 318*).
EXCLUSION    PATH 425*.
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BIOL-445*/0.5 Neuroethology 3L;1S
The current status of research in the study of the neural control of the natural behaviour of animals. Topics include the detection and coding of information in the environment, the integration of this information in the process of decision-making, the generation of the motor patterns that underlie behaviour, and general constraints on form and function of neural circuits. PREREQUISITE    BIOL 338* or BIOL 339*.
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BIOL-501* to -BIOL-536*/0.5    Advanced Honours Seminars
A series of advanced 0.5 credits with emphasis on reading and/or experimental enquiry carried out independently by each student. Regular meetings in small groups with staff provide direction in developing approaches to particular topics. Evaluation is based primarily on oral presentations and written reports. 500-level offerings will be announced in advance for students in their third year. It should be noted that not all seminar courses will be offered in a given year. Offerings may vary from year to year depending on availability of staff and student interest. Normally, due to enrolment restrictions, students taking BIOL 537 will be permitted to take only one of these seminar courses and all other fourth-year students will be permitted to take a maximum of two.
PREREQUISITE    Preferred access will be given to students admitted to fourth year of a BSCH program in Biology; see further prerequisites for individual courses listed below.
NOTE    Not all BIOL 500-level courses will be offered in a given year.
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BIOL-501*/0.5 Recent Research in Molecular Biology
PREREQUISITE    BIOL 430* recommended.
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BIOL-502*/0.5 Plant Cellular Responses to Environmental Stress
PREREQUISITE    One of BIOL 301*, BIOL 330*, BIOL 334* (or BIOL 234*), BIOL 341*, BIOL 430*, or related BCHM.
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BIOL-503*/0.5 Plant Biotechnology
PREREQUISITES    BIOL 205*; BIOL 301* or BIOL 341*.  
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BIOL-506*/0.5 Biochemical Adaptations to Life Under Extreme Conditions
PREREQUISITES    BIOL 334* (or BIOL 234*, or BCHM 315* and BCHM 316*, or BCHM 310); BIOL 301* or BIOL 341*, and BIOL 322* recommended.
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BIOL-507*/0.5 Biotechnology
NOTE    May not be taken concurrently with or subsequently to BIOL 441*.
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BIOL-508*/0.5 Biology of the Cell Cycle
PREREQUISITE    BIOL 330* or MBIO 218* (or MBIO 318*).  
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BIOL-509*/0.5 Limnological Environmental Studies
PREREQUISITE    BIOL 335* recommended.  
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BIOL-510*/0.5 Biogeochemistry and Global Change    
PREREQUISITES    BIOL 302* and BIOL 303* strongly recommended.
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BIOL-515*/0.5 Aquaculture
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BIOL-520*/0.5 Towards a Sustainable Bioeconomy: Technologies and Implications
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BIOL-522*/0.5 Evolutionary Medicine
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BIOL-525*/0.5 Animal Communication
PREREQUISITE    BIOL 321*.
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BIOL-526*/0.5 Mating Systems
PREREQUISITE    BIOL 321* recommended.  
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BIOL-527*/0.5 Paleolimnology and Global Environmental Change
PREREQUISITE    BIOL 335* recommended.  
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BIOL-529*/0.5 Canadian Trees: Biology, Uses and Future Developments
PREREQUISITE    BIOL 315*.
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BIOL-530*/0.5 Biodiversity
PREREQUISITE    BIOL 201* and BIOL 202*, BIOL 302* or BIOL 303* or BIOL 439* recommended.
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BIOL-532*/0.5 Selected Topics in Biology I 3L;1T
PREREQUISITE    To be announced.
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BIOL-533*/0.5 Selected Topics in Biology II
PREREQUISITE    To be announced.
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BIOL-534*/0.5 Selected Topics in Biology III
PREREQUISITE    To be announced.
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BIOL-535*/0.5 Selected Topics in Biology IV
PREREQUISITE    To be announced.
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BIOL-536*/0.5 Selected Topics in Biology V
PREREQUISITE    To be announced.
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BIOL-537/2.0 Research in Biology
Individual research projects under the supervision of a staff member; reported in the form of a thesis, poster and seminar. In the spring preceding fourth year, students must select projects in consultation with potential supervisors. Registration is subject to availability of a supervisor. Work on the project during summer is advantageous if field studies are required. See also BIOL 501*-BIOL 536*. PREREQUISITE    Admission to the final year of a BSCH program in Biology, and permission of the project supervisor and course coordinator.
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