£582 per semester
This Master’s program is based on modules in zoology, systematic botany and paleontology, which address biodiversity, systematics, evolution and ecology.
Evolutionary biologists investigate issues associated with the factors and processes responsible for evolution and diversity, and the loss thereof. At population level, these include mutation, natural and sexual selection, gene flow and genetic drift and, at species level, key innovations and also climatic and geotectonic changes. By the same token, evolutionary biologists group biological diversity in suitable classification systems.
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