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Part IA Evolution and Behaviour

Evolution and Behaviour is a first-year Natural Sciences course on evolutionary biology and behaviour. It is taught jointly by the Departments of Biological Anthropology, Biochemistry, Experimental Psychology, Genetics, Plant Sciences and Zoology. The course consists of five half-term sections:

  • Evolutionary theory
  • The origins of cells and the evolution of plants
  • The evolution and diversity of animals
  • The evolution of behaviour
  • Primate and human evolution and behaviour

Online resources are provided through the Moodle Site. You will automatically be subscribed to this site as part of the NST IA subject choice procedures but if you join the course after the start of term, send an email to the course administrator: Hayley Bell () requesting that you are added to the course, with your preferred practical day (Monday or Tuesday). You will need to use your Raven ID and password to log onto Moodle, which you will also be able to access during the vacation.

Contact

Course organiser
Professor Frank Jiggins:

Course administrator
Hayley Bell: