Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (50.361)
Clay E. Corbin
Office: HSC 131
50.361 Presents a
comparative study of the chordates emphasizing the vertebrate classes. Attention
given to structure, morphogenesis, functional adaptations and evolutionary
trends. Laboratory emphasis is placed on the lamprey, shark and cat. Field trip
component at Marine Science Consortium, Wallops Island, Va., includes additional
student costs. Two hours of lecture/3 hours of laboratory per week.
Prerequisite: 50.115 or consent of the instructor.
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