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Biology 3202

Biol 3202 - Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy

Prerequisites - Biol 1001 and Biol 1002

Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy examines the phylogenetic development and comparative anatomy of the vertebrates


I will be teaching this course in the WINTER 2015 semester.

Biol 3202 consists of a weekly schedule of three 50 min lectures, and one lab of three hour's duration.

The required text is Comparative Anatomy - Manual of Vertebrate Dissection (2nd edition), by Dale Fishbeck and Aurora Sebastiana. The book is published by Morton and is available in the bookstore.