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BIO 471 BIO 471. Introduction to Systematics. 4 Hours.

Study of diversification of living and fossil organisms, including speciation, biogeography, taxonomy, and phylogeny of genes, species, and higher taxa. The lecture and laboratory include a significant amount of computational molecular phylogenetics. Three lecture hours and three laboratory hours a week for one semester. Biology 458L and 471 may not both be counted. Prerequisite: Biology 325 or 325H, and 370 with a grade of at least C-.

Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior

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http://catalog.utexas.edu/graduate/fields-of-study/natural-sciences/ecology-evolution-behavior/

Campus address:  Norman Hackerman Building (NHB) 2.634, phone (512) 471-8490, fax (512) 232-3699; campus mail code: A6500

Microbiology

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http://catalog.utexas.edu/graduate/fields-of-study/natural-sciences/microbiology/

Campus address:  Louise and James Robert Moffett Molecular Biology Building (MBB) 1.220F, phone (512) 471-0934, campus mail code: A4810

Plant Biology

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http://catalog.utexas.edu/graduate/fields-of-study/natural-sciences/plant-biology/

Campus address:  Norman Hackerman Building (NHB) 2.634, phone (512) 471-8490, fax (512) 232-3699; campus mail code: A6500

Electrical and Computer Engineering

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http://catalog.utexas.edu/graduate/fields-of-study/engineering/electrical-computer-engineering/

...232-1458, fax (512) 471-3652; campus mail...signal processing systems, integrated bio-chips, high-performance...

Cell and Molecular Biology

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http://catalog.utexas.edu/graduate/fields-of-study/natural-sciences/cell-molecular-biology/

...1.220F, phone (512) 471-0934, campus mail...The Typhoon Trio and Bio-Rad Molecular Imager...