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(BIOL 304) Marine Biodiversity

Marine Biodiversity is the study of the classifications, evolution, natural history, morphology, anatomy and physiology of marine organisms. Lab required.

Credit Hours 3.0 Lecture
Prerequisites BIOL 113
Corequisite BIOL 304L
Offered Fall
Programs Biology (BS)

Course Learning Outcomes

  1. Identify synapomorphies that unite major evolutionary clades
  2. Describe the natural history of classes.
  3. Identify Phyla/Class and name diagnostic traits of group.
  4. Identify key characters on an evolutionary tree.
  5. Identify key anatomy and physiological characters of Phyla/Class.