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194.245 Animal Form and Function (15 credits)
An overview of the strategies used by animals to persist in diverse habitats, from deserts to the poles. The course focuses on physiological and morphological strategies; in keeping with the integrative nature of the topic these will be related to behavioural and life history adaptations. Examples span diverse taxonomic groups from invertebrates to vertebrates, including humans.
199.101 or 194.101
General Prerequisite: At least 45 credits from 100 level.
- Restriction(s): 194.243
There are no offerings currently available for this course
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