Biology 3110: Vertebrate Structure Laboratory
Lab Instructor: Tammie Keadle D.V.M., Ph.D.
A lecture/laboratory course designed to provide an integrative framework for how vertebrate form and function evolved. Weekly lectures emphasize development and the relationship between the structural and functional design of organ systems, the importance of these relationships in maintaining homeostasis while providing opportunity for adaptation, and examples of how vertebrate organ systems communicate to accomplish functional and physiological integration. 1.5 hr lecture and 5 hrs lab each week. Prereq: Bio 2970.
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