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BIOL 162 - Biological Concepts II—Plant and Animal Structure and Function


4 Credit(s)

This course is intended for biology majors and premedical students. The course thoroughly explores the structure and function of the major organ systems of plants and animals and examines the diversity of solutions to ecological problems that these taxa have evolved. This course also explores the major evolutionary trends underlying the variation in (organ) systems’ structure and function and their integration and coordination along lineages of evolving animals and plants.
3 hours laboratory. 1 hour discussion. 3 hours lecture.
Prerequisite(s): BIOL 161  or permission of instructor.



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