BIOE 134L - 01 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy Laboratory
Course focuses on the gross dissections all major clades of vertebrates: development, form, and diversity of organ systems and basic principles of evolution; vertebrate classification; and functional morphology, with emphasis on feeding and locomotion. Anatomical dissections integrated with the associated lecture material focusing on biomechanics, form, and function. Students are billed for a materials fee.
Prerequisite(s): BIOL 20A, BIOE 20B and BIOE 20C; Physics 6A. Concurrent enrollment in BIOE 134 is required.
Concurrent enrollment in 134 is required