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These posted notes are not a substitute for attending class and reading the textbook. A great deal is said in class that never makes it to this "electronic blackboard", and if you're not present, you'll miss it. Anything said in class, anything in your textbook readings is fair game for exams, even if it's not in the notes.

Readings in Campbell for each lecture are shown next to the appropriate lecture notes link.



  • Lecture 1 - Introduction: Why Study Evolution and Biodiversity? (Chapter 1)
  • Lecture 2 - Descent with Modification: A History (Chapter 22)
  • Lecture 3 - The Darwinian Revolution (Chapter 22)
  • Lecture 4 - Evidence of Evolution: Fossils and Homology (Chapter 22)
  • Lecture 5 - Evidence of Evolution: Biogeography and Current Evolution (Chapter 22)
  • Lecture 6 - Microevolution: Evolution within Populations (Chapter 23)

    Exam I - February 16
    • Exam I Review will be held on Tuesday, February 14 at 5:00pm in Cox 126.
    • Exam I, covering Lectures 1-6, will be given on Thursday, February 16 at 5:00pm in Cox 126.
    • Exam I Study Guide.

      NOTE:

      • All assigned readings are fair game for exams.
      • The best study guides are your notes, text, and links
      • Use the internet to find additional information on interesting topics!
      • SOLVE THE PROBLEMS AT THE END OF THE CHAPTERS IN CAMPBELL BIOLOGY. They really help.
      For your amusement, from Ancient Times:


  • Lecture 7 - The Factors that Drive Evolution (Chapter 23)
  • Lecture 8 - The Origin of Species (Chapter 24)
  • Lecture 9 - Genetic Change and Evolution (Chapter 24)
  • Lecture 10 - The History of Life on Earth (Chapter 25) (Chapter 25, Chapter 21 (pp 438-447)
  • Lecture 11 - The Tree of Life: Systematics and Taxonomy (Chapter 26)


    Exam II - March 9

  • Lecture 12 - Prokaryotes (Chapter 27)
  • Lecture 13 - Introduction to the Eukaryotes (Chapter 28)
  • Lecture 14 - The Fungus Among Us (Chapter 31)
  • Lecture 15 - Animal Symmetry and Body Plans (Chapter 32)
  • Lecture 16 - Animal Diversity I: Radiata and Basal Bilaterians (Chapter 33)
  • Lecture 17 - Animal Diversity II: Lophotrochozoa (Chapter 34)



    Exam III - April 20



  • Lecture 18 - Animal Diversity III: Ecdysozoa (Chapter 34)
  • Lecture 19 - Animal Diversity IV: Deuterostomes (Chapter 34)
  • Lecture 20 - An Introduction to Plants (Chapter 29, 35)
  • Lecture 21 - Plant Life Cycles: The Alternation of Generations (Chapter 29, 35)
  • Lecture 22 - Introduction to Ecology, Climate, and Biomes (Chapter 52, 55, 56)
  • Lecture 23 - Organisms and Ecosystems (Chapter 54)
  • Lecture 24 - Population Ecology (Chapter 53)

    WORKSHOP SURVEYS - End of Semester

    After you have done your last workshop (not before), please be sure to complete the Surveys must be completed no later than Friday, May 5 for you to receive two points of extra credit.


    FINAL EXAM - Thursday, May 4

    • Final Review Session: Tuesday, May 2 at 12:30pm in Cox 126.
    • Final Exam Key Review: Tuesday, May 2 at 2:30pm in Cox 110.
    • The Final Exam will be given on Wednesday, May 4 at 5:00pm in Cox 126.
      • Approximately half of the exam will cover material from Lectures since Exam III.
      • The other half will be cumulative, on major concepts from the entire course.
    • Final Exam Study Guide (non-cumulative)


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