Biology 1B: General Biology (Spring 2010)

Course Description

Biology 1B, 001 - General Biology
Spring 2010

Professors: Mike MOSER, Lewis J FELDMAN, Craig MORITZ, Vincent H. RESH
Description: In general at the end of Biology 1B students will be able to describe the scientific method and explain how it would be applied to a novel problem, explain the consequences of random variation when extrapolated over time, distinguish between positive and negative feedback processes and identify such processes in novel situations.
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Biology 1B: General Biology (Spring 2010)
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Lecture 1: Introduction / Fungi Play Video
2 Lecture 2: Algae, Mosses, Lower Vascular Plants Play Video
3 Lecture 3: Ferns and Gymnosperms Play Video
4 Lecture 4: Angiosperms Play Video
5 Lecture 5: Angiosperms Play Video
6 Lecture 6: Cells, Tissues Play Video
7 Lecture 7: Roots, Structure and Development Play Video
8 Lecture 8: Shoots, Primary Structure Play Video
9 Lecture 9: Shoots, Secondary Structure Play Video
10 Lecture 10: Plant Growth Substances 1 Play Video
11 Lecture 11: Plant Growth Substances 2 Play Video
12 Lecture 12: Flowering Play Video
13 Lecture 13: Water Relations Play Video
14 Lecture 14: Water Relations, Mineral Nutrition, Fruit Development Play Video
15 Lecture 15: Relevance and history Play Video
16 Lecture 17: The tree of life: Phylogeny Play Video
17 Lecture 18: Population processes - inheritance, popgen HWE Play Video
18 Lecture 19: Mutation and selection - theory, expts. Play Video
19 Lecture 20: Genetic drift and migration - theory, expts. Play Video
20 Lecture 21: Recombination, sexual reproduction Play Video
21 Lecture 22: Sexual selection - coevolution Play Video
22 Lecture 23: Species concepts, - reprod isolation Play Video
23 Lecture 24: Speciation processes (cont) Play Video
24 Lecture 25: Fossil record - macroevol trends - events Play Video
25 Lecture 26: Fossils, evo-devo and evolution of novelties Play Video
26 Lecture 27: Human evolution and evolutionary medicine Play Video
27 Lecture 28: Control of Onchocerciasis: What we will study in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Play Video
28 Lecture 29: Population Growth Play Video
29 Lecture 30: Dynamics of Populations Play Video
30 Lecture 31: Demography - No live lecture. The posted lecture is from April 17, 2009 Play Video
31 Lecture 32: Organism Interactions and Competition Play Video
32 Lecture 33: Ecological Studies Play Video
33 Lecture 34: Communities Play Video
34 Lecture 35: Island Biogeography Play Video
35 Lecture 36: Ecosystems Play Video
36 Lecture 37: Aquatic Ecosystems Play Video
37 Lecture 38: San Francisco Bay Play Video
38 Lecture 39: Microevolution and Natural Selection Play Video
39 Lecture 40: Humans and the Environment Play Video
40 Lecture 41: Review Play Video
41 Lecture 42: Review 2 Play Video


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