BIOL 415 Animal Behavior

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Department: 
Biology
Offered: 
As required.

The study of animal behavior from a zoological point of view. Emphasis is placed on evolutionary, ecological, genetic, and physiological aspects of innate behavior patterns (rather than learned behavior). Laboratories will cover physiological aspects of behavior, animal communication, social behavior, and behavior genetics. Students will also carry out research of their own experimental design. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory. (Prerequisite: one year of college-level biology or permission of instructor.)

Course Numbers

  • BIOL 415, 4 hour(s)