BIO-203 General Biology II

This course explores the evolution and biodiversity of representative organisms in the plant and animal kingdoms. Studies of plants investigate diversity, structure, and the physiology of absorption, transport, and photosynthesis. Students will examine the structure and life cycles of invertebrate and vertebrate animals. In a unit on Ecology, students will learn how living organisms interact with their environment. Laboratory exercises utilizing observation, experimentation, microscopy, and dissections provide practical demonstrations of the topics covered in lecture. >General Education Course. Lecture [3.00], Laboratory [3.00].

Credits

4

Prerequisite

BIO-101

Syllabus for this course.