BIOL 301 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy

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Department: 
Biology
Offered: 
As required.

A detailed study of the similarities and differences in morphology of vertebrates. Emphasis will be on
evolutionary relationships and developmental differences of fossil and modern chordate groups, as well as
the adaptive changes of the organ systems throughout the vertebrate classes. Three hours lecture, three
hours laboratory. (Prerequisite: BIOL 140 and BIOL 240.)

Course Numbers

  • BIOL 301, 4 hour(s)