BIO 336 - Vertebrate Biology
Prerequisite: BIO 112
This course will investigate the diversity of vertebrates. Students will be exposed to characteristics that define each vertebrate taxa and how those traits are related to the evolutionary history of vertebrates. Principles of systematic biology, factors governing vertebrate distribution, methods used by vertebrates to solve environmental problems, inter and intraspecific interactions, reproduction, life history and the conservation biology of vertebrates will be covered throughout the course. This course consists of four hours of lecture and two hour lab per week.
*Note: Effective Spring 2019, this course is offered both on-campus and online (See Catalog Addenda for additional details).
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