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BIOL 309 - Zoology


4 Credit(s)

This course explores the vast diversity in form and function found in the invertebrate phyla. The interactions between invertebrate morphologies and the ways in which invertebrates interact with their environments are emphasized. The evolutionary relationships between the phyla and the major hypotheses regarding the origins of major taxonomic groups are also examined. The laboratory consists of observation and experimentation with live examples of many invertebrate phyla. Fulfills one organismal biology elective.
3 hours laboratory. 3 hours lecture.
Prerequisite(s): BIOL 161  and BIOL 162  or permission of instructor.



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