BIOL 1120 - General Biology II (Majors)
General Biology II is a study of the principles of organismal biology with an emphasis on understanding and appreciating the diverse forms of plant and animal life as well as their relationship to each other and the environment. Topics covered include the structure and function of relationships and will be explored at many levels of organization, especially in chordate animals.
Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisites: BIOL 1100, DSPR 0870 or appropriate entrance scores. Note: This course is designed for biology majors, minors and others who plan to take upper-level courses for which this is a prerequisite. This course was formerly BIOL 2200.
4 Credit Hours - 3 Lecture Hours - 2 Lab Hours (F, S, U)
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