|(3 cr.) This course covers the basic concepts of life
science with emphasis on animal anatomy and
physiology, animal reproduction and development,
the nervous system, evolutionary mechanisms, and
ecological principles. Selected topics include
animal behavior, microevolution, speciation,
macroevolution and application of comparative
anatomy and physiology to illuminate evolutionary
relationships and their ecological context. An
honors section of lecture and lab is available.
Primarily for students in bachelor's degree
health science programs.Second semester of a
full-year course; must be taken in sequence.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of both BIO
101 and BIO 101L with a grade of C- or better.
Prerequisite: BIO 101, BIO 101L; Every Year, Spring and Summer|