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BIOL 4270 Human Anatomy Lab (Fall: 0 )


Course Description

Laboratory to accompany BIOL 4260. This course provides hands-on experience with the form and function of major vertebrate groups, including cartilaginous fishes, bony fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The focus will be on understanding evolutionary relationships and origins in different vertebrate groups. Exercises will include investigations of models, skeletons, and preserved organisms. One component of the class will involve a research project in which students compare and contrast the form and function of a specific anatomical trait of their choosing.


Instructor(s): Lynn DiBenedetto

Prerequisites: BIOL 2000

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Comments: Lab fee required.


Last Updated: 10-Jan-14