BI 451 Invertebrate Zoology
A systematic study of invertebrates, with a comparative approach to anatomy, physiology, behavior, life history and evolution. Emphasizes the relatedness of structure and function and focuses on the adaptations of these animals to their environments. Observation of living marine invertebrates is emphasized in the lab.
Three one-hour lectures and one four-hour laboratory period.
Prerequisite: BI 211 , BI 212 , and BI 213 or consent of instructor
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