|School:||School of Biological Sciences|
|Year normally taken:||3|
This course will introduce you to the processes that underlie evolutionary change in natural populations. It is intended to give an integrated view, showing how theoretical approaches can be applied to investigate natural evolutionary processes as well as to understand the behaviour of genetic variation in managed populations. We will deal with subjects ranging from the evolutionary fate of molecular sequences to the genetic consequences of interactions between species and from variation at single genes to speciation itself.
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|Student costs:||Notebook and marker pen. Students will be provided with lab coats.|
This article was published on Oct 14, 2009