BIO 546 - Medical Zoology
 
(4 cr.) This course systematically examines protozoa, helminthes, arthropods and other animals of medical importance with an emphasis on the natural history of the organisms and their relationships to humans. Lectures focus on the natural history, life cycles, pathology and epidemiology of the organisms and the diseases they cause. Laboratories introduce exercises that utilize animals of medical importance in conveying basic zoological concepts in the secondary education setting. As Needed
 
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