BIOL 209 - Animals As Organisms
(4 cr) The study of general principles of biology that are either distinctive for the animal kingdom or readily illustrated with zoological materials. Emphasizes the process of living, whole organisms integrated with those principles of histology, morphology, and phylogeny that are required for a balanced understanding of physiology, development, and behavior. This is a required course for all students seeking a teaching field in biology, chemistry, or general science.
CORE CODES: LS
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