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Biology: Uniformity and Diversity

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Biology: Uniformity and Diversity

This is both a theoretical and highly practical course covering a wide variety of topics across the whole field of modern biology. Its approach emphasises areas where research is developing rapidly, and students are actively encouraged to evaluate conflicting or controversial theories, and carry out their own experiments. The man theme of the course is the astonishing diversity of forms that develop from just a few basic life processes. The first half of the course deals mainly with those uniform processes and how diversity arises from them, while the second half examines examples in the kingdoms of microbes, plants and animals.

This material is taken from the Open University course S204 Biology: uniformity and diversity.
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