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BIOL 350: Comparative Vertebrate Morphology with Lab

Term: Fall

Credits: 4, 1

Degree Requirements:

A comparative approach to the study of vertebrate anatomy, emphasizing evolution, development, and functional significance. This course focuses on understanding human anatomy through the examination of morphological patterns shared by vertebrates. Laboratories will involve dissection of representative vertebrates, with a focus on mammals. Two lecture sessions and not less than 4 hours of laboratory/practicum per week.

Prerequisites: Biology II Biology II Lab,