BIOL 216 Biology of Behaviour (3 credits)

Offered by: Biology (Faculty of Science)


Biology (Sci) : Introduction to the study of animal behaviour at the population, organismal, cellular, and molecular levels. Historical and contemporary methods and experiments will be presented and discussed to provide an overall appreciation of the biology of behaviour, with a focus on the application of multiple levels of analysis to biological phenomena and the formulation of hypotheses about evolution, development, function, and mechanisms of behavioural traits. Topics will range from how animals communicate with one another to the cellular mechanisms that allow information to be processed by nervous systems.

Terms: Winter 2025

Instructors: Hendricks, Michael; Woolley, Sarah; Guigueno, Mélanie (Winter)

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