BIO 5507 - Comparative Invertebrate Physiology (4)
When Offered:Spring This course provides a comprehensive study of physiological processes in invertebrate animals, with emphasis on adaptations to differing life history strategies. The principal goal of the course is to contribute significantly to the student’s understanding of basic biological theory. Some prior knowledge of cellular physiology, classification, and morphology of invertebrates will be assumed. Lecture three hours, laboratory three hours.