Aug 14, 2022  
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BIOL 313/3340 - Invertebrate Zoology (3 cr. + 1 cr. lab)



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Description
Invertebrate Zoology is the study of animals without a backbone. These organisms comprise over 99% of all animal species known. Anatomy, development, behavior, systematics, and phylogeny of diverse invertebrate groups are included in the lectures. The class also covers major groups of protozoa. Discussed examples include both representatives of each phylum and highlights of groups of medical, veterinary, or biotechnological importance. Laboratory sessions emphasize morphology and anatomy through dissections, mounted specimens, and prepared slides.



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