BIOL 215 Introduction to Zoology
Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass Option
Description: This is an introductory course that surveys the basic principles of animal biology. These principles include morphology, life processes and evolutionary relationships of the invertebrates and vertebrates. Laboratories include the identification of organisms, dissection and recognition of the anatomy of varied animal representatives, embryological development, histology, behavior and physiology. This course is designed for Biology Majors and for students seeking to satisfy degree requirements in allied health and animal sciences majors.
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