BIOL 320 - Invertebrate Biology
Next Offered: Fall 2020
Semester Offered: First Semester
Credits: 4 credits
Attribute: 4NS, WADV
Invertebrates shape our world through their foundational roles in ecosystem function, agriculture, and disease. This course is a study of the anatomy, physiology, behavior, evolution, and ecology of representatives of the major invertebrate phyla. Lectures, discussions, and writing assignments will be based on readings from the primary literature. Laboratories will include observation, collection, and identification of invertebrates during overnight and afternoon field trips; dissection; and a project.
Enrollment Limit: 14
Instructor: M. Garvin
Prerequisites & Notes: Prerequisite: BIOL 200. This course is offered in alternate years.
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