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BIOL 4260 Human Anatomy (Fall: 4 )

Course Description

In this course, students will explore and compare the form and function of representative members of the five vertebrate classes. Evolutionary similarities and differences in form and function will be investigated, as will both the selective pressures, and non-selective constraints that have contributed to vertebrate structure. The course will conceptually integrate vertebrate anatomy with developmental biology, evolutionary biology, and ecology, and will provide skills valuable to careers in a range of biological disciplines, including molecular cell biology, medicine, evolutionary biology, and ecology.

Instructor(s): Lynn DiBenedetto

Prerequisites: BIOL2000. BIOL 2000.

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17