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Courses taught

Vertebrate Functional Morphology (BSC 400/500)

Course description:

The course focuses on the comparative anatomy of vertebrates with a broad evolutionary perspective on its functional and ecological implications. The laboratory involves dissection and other hands-on activities focused on the identification of anatomical features in major groups of vertebrates. Recommended for pre-health professional students.

 

Offered every Spring semester. Laboratory.

Biology of Fishes (BSC 428/528)

Course description:

 

Survey of the anatomy, ecology, and systematics of fishes.

Offered every other Fall semester. Laboratory and Writing course.

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