Phylogenetic Biology

Phylogenetic Biology is the study of the evolutionary relationships between organisms, and the use of evolutionary relationships to understand other aspects of organism biology. This course surveys phylogenetic methods, providing a detailed picture of the statistical, mathematical, and computational tools for building phylogenies and using them to study evolution. We also examine the application of these tools to particular problems in the literature and emerging areas of study.

Prerequisites: E&EB 225 and an organismal course.
1 Yale College course credit(s)

Course Number: 
E&EB 354/654
Professor (Faculty Member): 
Day / time: 
TTh 11:35 am - 12:50 pm
Course Type: 
Undergraduate
Graduate
Course term: 
Fall
Year: 
2020