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Associated Term: Fall 2023
Section: BIO 305 A#B
CRN: 91597
Course Title: Structural and Functional Anatomy of Vertebrates
Academic Credits:


Schedule Type: Lab
Campus: Abbotsford
Instructor: Yvonne Dzal (Primary)
Status: Open
Maximum: 18
Enrolled: 15
Available: 3
Waitlisted: 0
Semester Dates: 06-SEP-2023 to 08-DEC-2023
Course Description: Focuses on the physiological and anatomical adaptations of the different vertebrate groups including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. Covers the similarities and differences in the integumentary systems, musculoskeletal systems, sensory and nervous systems, and endocrine systems of vertebrate groups.

-- Prerequisite --
Any three 200-level or above Biology courses.

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Meeting Date(s)


Start - End Time

Building Room Instructor
Sep 06, 2023 to Dec 08, 2023 Thu 14:30 - 17:20 Abbotsford Bldg A 337 Yvonne Dzal (Primary)
Important Info: Instructional Method - Face-to-Face Learning
Program Restriction: {None}
Major Restriction: {None}
Instructional Method: Face-to-Face Learning (TRD)

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