ANTH 246 - Human Biological Variation
In this course, students learn about human biological variation and adaptation within an evolutionary framework. The genetic and epigenetic basis for human variation, the concept of race, examples of physiological and behavioral adaptation to environmental variables, and current issues in human biodiversity will be addressed. Health and disease of human populations will be considered using a biocultural perspective.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
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