BIO 406—Biological Systematics

“The grand fact of the natural subordination of organic beings in groups under groups, which, from its familiarity, does not always sufficiently strike us, is in my judgement thus explained.”
Charles R. Darwin
“It’s ironic that the anarchy of ‘descent with modification by natural selection’ should give rise to the only really important or useful natural hierarchical arrangement we know of.”
Frederick W. Schueler

This is official class material of BIO 406 as taught by Curtis Clark. It is subject to change without notice to anyone but students currently enrolled in the class.

Winter Quarter, 2004
© 2004 by Curtis Clark
jcclark@csupomona.edu