Dr. Frank Knight;
MWF 9:30 am to 10:20 am - S/B 127
T 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm - S/B 110
Reproduction is a characteristic of all life. Animals start out as one cell and through development become the many cooperating specialized cells of the body. In this course students will learn how animals, including humans, reproduce, develop and grow. While some processes and patterns are very similar among us animals, there is also much variety. Variation in reproduction and development has important implications for evolution and for health. In the laboratory students will observe and manipulate the reproduction and development of preserved and living animals.
Textbook information is not available for this course.