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BIOL3660 - Comparative Vertebrae Phys Lab
Fall 2014

In the laboratory portion students will learn basic principles of animal physiology; will examine the fundamental mechanisms common to all animals and physiological adaptations for specialized situations and will explore the strategies utilized by animals to adapt to specialized niches in extreme environments. Laboratory experiments and case studies of published research papers will help students to achieve these goals and objectives. Co-requisite: BIOL3650
1 Credits

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