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BIO 352 Animal Behavior

Faculty: Clifton
Content: Animal behavior, from insects to marine mammals. How and why animals behave as they do. Focus on the adaptiveness of animal behavior using a strong ecological and evolutionary theme. Methods and results associated with animal behavior studies. Lecture, readings in original literature, laboratory, field trips.
Prerequisites: BIO 141. BIO 151. BIO 200. MATH 123, MATH 131, MATH 255, or CS 171. CHEM 120.
Restrictions: Sophomore standing required.
Usually offered: Annually, spring semester.
Semester credits: 5.