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BIO 322 - Comparative Vertebrate Zoology


4 Hour(s)
This course examines the anatomical similarities and differences among major vertebrate classes. The majority of the lecture material explores the evolution and diversity of structure and function in vertebrate systems. The application of morphology in current science, specifically systematics and ecological morphology will also be discussed. The laboratory will emphasize the lecture material through dissection of taxonomic representatives, systematics and experiments in ecological morphology.

Four hours lecture/discussion and three hours of laboratory.
(Required course fee)
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Prerequisite(s): BIO 225   or instructor consent



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