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BIOL 351: Comparative Chordate Anatomy

(3-4) Cr. 5. S.

Prereq: BIOL 212; Junior classification
The evolution of chordates as reflected in the anatomy of extinct and living forms. Lecture topics include the history and diversity of chordates, comparisons of anatomic structures among major groups, and the adaptive significance of anatomic structures. Laboratory involves dissection of representative species.

Community and Regional Planning

...or above Math/Physics/Biol. Sciences: 13 credits...CRP 251 and CRP 351, plus 9 additional...