Comparative Vertebrate Zoology (BIOL 2216)

This course will look at the evolution, classification, development, structure, and function of vertebrates. Adaptations and organ systems are studied through comparative anatomy of fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. Students will use microscopes in the lab to look at different tissues, and dissect structures to look at the anatomy and function of organ systems.
Course code: BIOL 2216
Credits: 4.0
Tuition: $0*
Length: 120 hours
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BIOL 1100 and BIOL 1200 both with a C+



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