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BIO 248: Invertebrate Biology

This course traces the path of invertebrate evolution from single-celled protozoans to the most primitive chordates. Emphasis is placed upon major breakthroughs in design that enable organisms to exploit new ecological habitats. Laboratories are designed to introduce students to the major invertebrate groups via observation of living animals and through dissection. Students attend lectures plus one three-hour laboratory per week. Counts as "comparative organismal biology" core category. Counts toward neuroscience concentration.
Prerequisites: BIO 150.

Biology

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...Courses: BIO 242 , BIO 247 , BIO 248 , BIO 251 , BIO 252 , BIO 266 , BIO 275...

Environmental Studies

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...BIO 371 Field Ecology CHEM 124 A Matter of the Environment with Lab CHEM 248...

Neuroscience

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...Physiology: Organs and Organ Systems BIO 247 Animal Physiology BIO 248 Invertebrate Biology MATH 236...

Chemistry

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...Chem/Bio II: Thermodynamics and Kinetics with Bio...not prescribed, but Chem 248 does serve as...

Middle Eastern Studies

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...Studies REL 248 Judaism SOAN 235 Introduction to Islamic Feminisms Interim 2017 BIO 253 Water...