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BIO 317 - Comparative Anatomy and Physiology

This course is a study on the diversity and connectivity of the animal kingdom. Students will examine the form and function of anatomical structures from various species and integrate this knowledge with natural history to deduce the evolutionary relationships among animals – how/why they adapted to particular environments. Cellular and physiological parameters among species will be compared. Additionally, discrete knowledge and practice of anatomical/physiological terminology and structural identification will be gained. Concurrent enrollment in BIO 318 required. Prerequisites: BIO124/125 Corequisite: BIO318

Credit Hours: 4.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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