May 30, 2020  
2006-2007 Graduate Catalog 
2006-2007 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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SED 5130 - Field Zoology

This course investigates the local animal groups with a particular emphasis on protozoa, molluscs, arthropods, and vertebrates. The lectures include taxonomy, life history of selected types— including economically important kinds—modes of adaptation to the environment and zoogeography. The combined laboratory/field approach includes the study of identification, preparation and collection techniques, structure, observations of behavior, and local distribution. Students make a collection or do an elementary field project. The course requires two classroom hours, one three-hour lab per week.

Prerequisites & Notes
The prerequisite is one semester of biological science. SED 5120 is recommended. There is a lab fee.

Credits: 4

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