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ZOOL 631 - Biometry (4)

(3 lectures, 1 2-hour discussion per week)  Basic statistical methods: design of studies; data exploration; probability; distributions; parametric and nonparametric one-sample, two-sample, multi-sample, regression, and correlation analyses; frequency tables.

Pre-requisites: Calculus: MATH 215 or 216 or 241 or 251A or NREM 203 or equivalent

Course Website: http://www2.hawaii.edu/~taylor/zool631.htm

Course Syllabus, 2014: /biology/sites/manoa.hawaii.edu.biology/files/courses/syllabi/biomsyllsched14.pdf

Last Modified: 
09/24/2014 at 11:02am

ZOOL 632 - Advanced Biometry (4)

(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

Last Modified: 
09/24/2014 at 9:32am

ZOOL 467 - Ecology of Fishes (3)

Reproduction, early life history, age and growth, feeding, niche specificity, competitive interactions, communities, and evolutionary mechanisms.  DB

Pre-requisites:
ZOOL 465, or consent

Last Modified: 
08/27/2014 at 10:46am

ZOOL 699 - Directed Study (V)

Directed research and reading in various fields of zoology.

Last Modified: 
11/19/2013 at 3:00pm

ZOOL 691A - Seminar in Zoology (1)

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.

Last Modified: 
11/19/2013 at 3:00pm

ZOOL 690 - Conservation Biology (3)

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)

Last Modified: 
11/19/2013 at 2:59pm

ZOOL 652 - Population Biology (3)

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

Last Modified: 
11/19/2013 at 2:58pm

ZOOL 623 - Quantitative Field Ecology (3)

(1 lecture, 1 2-hour lab, 1 discussion per week)  Formal quantitative approach in identifying, designing, performing, analyzing, and interpreting ecological field problems.  Offered alternate years only.

Pre-requisites: ZOOL 439/L and ZOOL 631, or consent

Last Modified: 
11/19/2013 at 2:54pm

ZOOL 620 - Marine Ecology (3)

Principles of ecology of marine biota and environment.

Pre-requisites: Graduate standing in Biology, Oceanography, or Botany; or consent

Last Modified: 
11/19/2013 at 2:53pm

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