More details will be announced in the future.
Selected advanced topics in experimental design or data analysis for biologists. Repeatable unlimited times.
Pre-requisite: a graduate course in physiology, neurology, or related subjects and consent.
Advanced topics in conservation and environmental biology. Repeatable up to twelve credits. A-F only. Cross-listed as BOT 750.
Selected problems of current or historic interest. Repeatable three times.
Directed research and reading in various fields of zoology.
Reports on research or reviews of literature. Graduate students required to take this or one topics course (710-719) per year. Repeatable five times. (B) general zoology; (C) zoology literature; (D) animal behavior, (E) ecology, (F) animal physiology, (G) development biology; (H) marine biology.
Theories and concepts of ecology, evolution, and genetics for conservation of biological diversity. Topics will include restoration ecology, management planning, laws and policies, biological invasions. Cross-listed as BOT 690.
Pre-requisites: BIOL 375 and (ZOOL 480 or BOT 462) and (ZOOL 410, ZOOL 439, ZOOL 620, ZOOL 623, BOT 453, BOT 454, BOT 456, or BOT 492)
Theory and applications of population biology; behavior of population models, as revealed by analytical methods and computer simulation; application to population problems such as endangered species; discussion of classical and current literature in population biology. Cross-listed as BOT 652.
Pre-requisites: One of the following: ZOOL 439, ZOOL 467, ZOOL 620, ZOOL 621, ZOOL 623, BOT 453, BOT 454, BOT 456, NREM 680, PEPS 671; or consent
(3 lectures, 1 2-hour discussion per week) Multivariable statistical methods: multiple regression and correlation; multiway anova; general linear models; logistic regression and generalized linear models; repeated-measures and general linear mixed models.
Pre-requisites: ZOOL 631 or consent
Course Website: http://www2.hawaii.edu/~taylor/zool632.htm
Course Syllabus, 2014: /biology/sites/manoa.hawaii.edu.biology/files/courses/syllabi/advbiomsyll14.pdf