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Advanced survey of the biology of invertebrates with an emphasis on comparative and functional morphology to include major features of body plans (multicellularity, symmetry etc), physiology, evolution, systematics, behavior of the invertebrates, a study of the reproductive strategies, development and diverse ecological strategies invertebrates exhibit. Three hours of lecture and one two-hour laboratory per week.

Prerequisites: BIO 108 or permission of the instructor

Program: Biology

Credit: 4

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