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Biology 230: Biology of Animals

by Michalski, Michelle L last modified Apr 11, 2010 03:07 PM

Bio 230 is a zoology class required of all biology majors. The lecture portion is typically ~100 students, and labs have ~25 students. We historically have used Hickman and Roberts Animal Diversity text, but in 2010 will be switching to Miller and Harley's Zoology.

Welcome to Biology 230!  This course will introduce you to the unifying principles of animal life on Planet Earth, along with a survey of major phyla.  You will learn basic principals of taxonomy as it relates to animal groups, as well as the anatomy & physiology of select organisms.  Here's an example of our lecture syllabus.

 

 

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by Michalski, Michelle L last modified Apr 11, 2010 03:07 PM