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 Lecture 1:  13 January      SCIENTIFIC HYPOTHESES

 Lecture 2:  18 January      GENETIC VARIATION 

 Lecture 3:  20 January      QUANTIFYING GENETIC VARIATION AND THE HARDY-WEINBERG LAW

 Lecture 4:  25 January       NATURAL SELECTION 1

 Lecture 5:  27 January       NATURAL SELECTION 2

 Lecture 6:    1 February     NATURAL SELECTION 3

 Lecture 7:    3 February     GENETIC DRIFT 1

 Lecture 8:    8 February      NO CLASS

 Lecture 9:  10 February      GENETIC DRIFT 2

 Lecture 10: 15 February    GENETIC DRIFT 3 

 Lecture 11: 22 February    ALTRUISM AND KIN SELECTION

 Lecture 12: 24 February     ALTRUISM AND KIN SELECTION  (CONTINUED)

 Lecture 13:    1 March        MOLECULAR EVOLUTION: NEUTRALIST VS. SELECTIONIST DEBATE

 Lecture 14:    3 March        MOLECULAR EVOLUTION: NEUTRALIST VS. SELECTIONIST DEBATE

 Lecture 15:    8 March        MOLECULAR EVOLUTION: DEBATE RESOLUTION; INFERRING PAST EVOLUTIONARY PROCESSES

Lecture 16:   10 March        MOLECULAR EVOLUTION:  DETECTING BALANCING SELECTION

Lecture 17:   22 March        LINEAGE SPLITTING 1

 Lecture 18:  24 March        LINEAGE SPLITTING 2

 Lecture 19:  31 March        SPECIATION GENETICS: HALDANE'S RULE AND SPECIATION GENES

 Lecture 20:   5 April            PHYLOGENY AND ANCESTRAL STATE RECONSTRUCTION. I. 

 Lecture 21:    7 April          PHYLOGENY AND ANCESTRAL STATE RECONSTRUCTION. II. 

 Lecture 22:  12 April           INFERRING EVOLUTIONARY PROCESSES WITH PHYLOGENETIC METHODS

 Lecture 23:  14 April          THE IQ CONTROVERSY

 Lecture 24:  19 April          THE EVOLUTION OF AGING

 Lecture 25:  21 April          TBA

 Lecture 26:  26 April          SOME FINAL EXAMPLES OF NATURAL SELECTION IN NATURE
 


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