Biology is the study of life and living organisms, interacting factors as different in scale as molecules and forests. Influence flows across these levels of scale, and this semester we will dive into the world of molecules and cells and study how processes at the microscopic level influence the function of whole animals and plants - including ourselves - as well as how what happens in the environment influences the function of cells and molecules. To better understand the links from one level to another, we will learn about genetics, cell structure and function, and the evolutionary processes that have forged these links over billions of years. Most importantly, we will become familiar with the manner in which scientific knowledge is gained and refined, the scientific process.
Linden Higgins ()
Dates: July 6-July 17 on campus; July 18-July 31 online; Non-residential High School students only; Continuing Education Dean's Office Permission only, please contact 802-656-2085; Labs are in Jeffords 104 TWR from 1-5 pm Please cross list with BIOL 095 Z1 60527 Total cross listed enrollment is 20
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