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Evolution is important for every field of biology, from marine and terrestrial biology and ecology through to conservation, aquaculture, molecular genetics, and even human health. How did evolution result in the diversity of life on earth today? Why does this species look and behave as it does? How do all these species live together in a community? Will this species be able to adapt to a changing environment?
How do I improve my crops and farming stock? Why did these antibiotics not work? The evolutionary perspective provides answers to a myriad of questions across multiple disciplines.
Indeed, as a famous biologist once said, "nothing makes sense in biology except in the light of evolution". This subject will take the learner on a journey from a broad perspective starting with the history of life on earth, the Tree of Life, and the evolution of biodiversity; through to how species evolve as a result of natural and artificial selection; and all the way down to the underlying genetic basis for why organisms look and behave the way they do.
The student workload for this 3 credit point subject is approximately hours. Note: Minor variations might occur due to the continuous Subject quality improvement process, and in case of minor variation s in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest official information. Skip to content Skip to navigation. Subject Search Subject Search. BS - Evolution Credit points: 3 Year: Student Contribution Band: Band 2 Administered by: College of Science and Engineering Evolution is important for every field of biology, from marine and terrestrial biology and ecology through to conservation, aquaculture, molecular genetics, and even human health.
Learning Outcomes Discuss how complex organisms result from the basic genetic code; Describe the applications of genetic techniques to ecology and evolution; Define the basis and methods for studying genetic diversity at different hierarchical levels from genes to species ; Identify the ways in which structures and functions of living things are determined by genetic factors and interact with their environment; Demonstrate proficiency in observation and evaluation of methods of data collection and analysis; Demonstrate reliable problem-solving and scientific decision-making, and development of skills in preparing and presenting written technical reports.
Workload expectations: The student workload for this 3 credit point subject is approximately hours. Townsville, Internal, Study Period 1.
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