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Course offered in FALL 2004 semester:

  • COMPARATIVE VERTEBRATE ANATOMY
    Department: Biological & Physical Sciences
    Course Number: BIO 341
    Prerequisite: BIO 242

Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy will focus on the structural, functional and phylogenetic relationships among chordates. A detailed study of protochordates and detailed dissection of the lamprey, shark, salamander and cat are included both in the lecture and laboratory sessions. Relevant clinical and medical issues will be analyzed. Two 1-hour lecture periods and two 2-hour laboratory period.


Course offered in FALL 2004 semester:

  • VERTEBRATE PHYSIOLOGY
    Department: Biological & Physical Sciences
    Course Number: BIO 446
    Prerequisite: BIO 242, CHEM 242 and PHYS 241

Basic functions of the vertebrate body are studied in terms of physical and chemical principles. The important functions of the circulatory, digestive, respiratory, glandular, muscular, nervous and reproductive systems are discussed. Two 1-hour lecture/discussion periods and one 2-hour laboratory period.


Course offered in previous semesters:

  • Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy and General Biology
  • Microbiology, General Biology and Vertebrate Embryology
  • Human Physiology and Sophomore Seminar
  • Research in Biology

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