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ZOOL 430L - Animal Physiology Laboratory (2)

Laboratory investigation of function of organs, tissues, and cells, especially in vertebrates. Nerve and muscle physiology, circulation, membrane transport, respiration, excretion. Pre: BIOL 275. Co-requisite: 430. DY

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ZOOL 430 - Animal Physiology (3)

Introduction to function of organs, tissues, and cells, especially in vertebrates. Nerve and muscle physiology, endocrinology, circulation, respiration, excretion, and temperature regulation. A-F only. Pre: BIOL 275. Co-requisite: 430L. DB

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ZOOL 420L - Developmental Biology Laboratory (2)

(2 3-hr Labs) Analysis of animal development by experimental methods, using local organisms. Pre: 420 (or concurrent) and BIOL 275, or consent. Recommended: BIOL 407. DY

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ZOOL 420 - Developmental Biology (3)

Fundamental principles, methods, concepts, and significance of developmental biology, emphasizing experimental methods. Pre: BIOL 275. Recommended: BIOL 407. DB

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ZOOL 417 - Microtechnique (3)

(2 Lec, 2 3-hr Lab) Preparation of animal tissues and organs for microscopic examination; introduction to cytochemical and histochemical techniques. Pre: BIOL 275 or consent. DB

 

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ZOOL 416L - Histology Laboratory (2)

(2 2-hr Lab) Light microscopic study of animal tissues, especially vertebrates. Primarily for pre-professional students. Pre: BIOL 275. Recommended: BIOL 407. Co-requisite: 416. DY

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ZOOL 416 - Histology (3)

Functional microanatomy of the animal body, emphasizing vertebrates. Oriented toward pre-professional students. Pre: BIOL 275. Recommended: BIOL 407. DB

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ZOOL 410 - Corals and Coral Reefs (3)

The biogeography, evolution, ecology, and physiology of corals and coral reefs, and the application of this information to the management of coral reefs. Emphasis will be placed on processes such as dispersal, the evolution and operation of mutualisms, calcification, reproduction, and the maintenance of diversity. Pre: BIOL 265 (or concurrent) or BIOL 301 (or concurrent). (Spring only)

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