2019-2020
BIO325: Vertebrate Anatomy and Embryology

About This Course

 A course on the organization, development, and function of the vertebrate body, with emphasis on understanding why vertebrates, including humans, are built as they are. Laboratory includes detailed dissection of sharks and cats and microscopic study of frog and chick embryos. This course provides a strong foundation for the study of medical or veterinary gross anatomy, but it is not intended solely for pre-medical and pre-veterinary students. Laboratory.

Course At A Glance

Credit Hours:

4

Department:

Biology

Course Level:

Upper

Semesters Offered:

Spring

Course Prerequisites

4 credit hours

BIO214: Organismal Diversity

 An introduction to the biology of multicellular organisms. Lecture topics include reproduction and early development, control of gene expression in development, homeostatic systems of plants and animals, signaling and coordination in plants and animals, and the history of multicellular life. Lab will emphasize the diversity and evolution of multicellular organisms. Laboratory. 

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3 credit hours

BIO305: Human Physiology I

 The function of the human body with emphasis on cellular and tissue-level structure and function. Topics include cellular physiology and the physiology of the musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, and respiratory systems.


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