Lecture 4: Angiosperms 
Lecture 4: Angiosperms
by UC Berkeley / Mike Moser
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Date Added: November 18, 2010

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Course Index

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

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.
Course Website: http://ib.berkeley.edu/courses/bio1b/

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