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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2021-22

BIOL 60.02 Evolution of Sex

Despite the many benefits of asexual reproduction, the vast majority of eukaryotes reproduce sexually. How sex evolved, and how it persists despite its many associated costs, are major unanswered questions in evolutionary biology. We will explore the diversity of sexual reproduction and related evolutionary phenomena with a focus on critically evaluating current research and theory in this area.


R. Calsbeek


BIOL 15 and at least 1 from among BIOL 21, BIOL 23, BIOL 24, BIOL 27, BIOL 28, BIOL 32, BIOL 37, BIOL 47 or instructor permission

Distributive and/or World Culture


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