Physiological Ecology and Functional Morphology of Aquatic Vertebrates   [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]
2007-2008 Graduate Studies Bulletin
   

BIO 270 - Physiological Ecology and Functional Morphology of Aquatic Vertebrates


Semester Hours: 3
Every Other Spring
This course covers how fish, aquatic amphibians, reptiles, and birds interact with the environment. The primary focus of the course is fish. It uses an interdisciplinary approach encompassing the areas of anatomy, function, physiology and ecology. Particular attention is given to the way these vertebrate groups overcome problems associated with aquatic life.

Prerequisites & Course Notes
BIO 24, 144, 207A, or equivalents, or permission of instructor. May not be taken on a Pass/Fail basis.


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