Nicole Parker

Dr. Nicole Parker

Teaching Assistant Professor

Dept. of Plant Biology, Ecology, and Evolution

017 Life Sciences East, Stillwater, OK 74078-3013, USA





PBIO 1404 Plant Biology

Basic concepts in the biology of plants from the perspective of structure and function, ecology and evolution, and diversity. Students gain experience with the process of science by proposing hypotheses, designing and conducting experiments and interpreting data. Previously offered as BOT 1404, BIOL 1404, BIOL 1403, and BISC 1403.


BIOL 1113 Introductory Biology (LN)
Introduction to the integration between structure and function among all levels of biological organization. Application of principles of evolution, genetics, physiology and ecology to understanding the integrated and interdependent nature of living systems through discussions emphasizing the process of science. Current issues and local research and observation and investigation in both lecture and lab. Recommended for non-science and science majors. Course previously offered as BISC 1114.
BIOL 3023 General Genetics
Inheritance in plants, animals, and microorganisms; molecular and classical aspects. Previously offered as BIOL 3024 and BISC 3024. Prerequisite(s): BOT 1404, or BIOL 1604, or equivalent.