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2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog 
2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

BI 108 - Topics in Organismal Biology

This lecture and laboratory course will focus on topics pertaining to the organismal level of biological organization. Examples of specific topics that may be explored in a given semester are: human biology; animal behavior; embryology of plants and animals; physiological responses of plants and animals to the environment; the biology of a particular group of organisms, for example, plants, invertebrates, microorganisms, and human parasites.

Credits: 3 cr.
Misc. Notes: Biology 106, 108, and 110 are laboratory courses designed for students who are not science majors. They may not be taken by biology majors or minors. Each course carries three credits and will satisfy the requirement for a laboratory course in the natural sciences.

Laboratory Fee: yes
Liberal Studies Requirement: Natural/Mathematical Sciences