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120.303 Plant Evolution and Speciation (15 credits)
The evolution of plant lineages has many potential outcomes, ranging from extinction to diversification and speciation. This course explores the processes that influence how lineages evolve and how we investigate and interpret patterns of diversity to better understand plant evolution and speciation. Lectures consist of critical discussion of topics including species concepts, local adaptation and diversification, morphological and molecular evolution, mating systems, and the roles of hybridization and polyploidy in plant evolution and speciation.
(120.201 or 120.218) and (203.210 or 196.207)
General Prerequisite: At least 45 credits from 200 level.
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