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Basic Ecology (EAT 101/4)  

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Course Synopsis

The study of basic ecology in understanding nature and environment and the relationship between the organism and the environment. Students will understand the effect of global environmental changes to the environment and how to preserve the environment. The syllabus covers on ecology, ecosystems, population, community, biogeochemical cycles, global environmental changes and microbiology.


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