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SC 24000 - Principles of Zoology

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This course introduces students to the Animal Kingdom in the classroom, laboratory and field. Major and minor animal phyla (including the protozoa) are examined with respect to anatomy, ecology, evolutionary relationships among and within phyla, and relationships with humans. Important classes within phyla will be emphasized as well as important groups within classes. Field experience will be gained in terrestrial, aquatic, and marine systems. A large portion of the course will be field-based. Lab fee and travel costs required. Prerequisites: SC16100, SC 14000 , or SC 20500 . Offered Spring. Competencies: CU, PA



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