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BIOL 235

BIOL 235 Ichthyology
3 Credits

Ichtyology is the study of the biology of fishes. This course will cover morphology, physiology, development, behaviour, evolution, diversity, and ecology of fishes. Fish species from throughout the world, both marine and freshwater, will be studied, with slide shows and local examples bringing color and interest to the classroom. Labs will involve dissections, observation of living organisms, behavioural studies, and field trips. Wherever possible, local fish species will be examined. Field trips will allow you to see these organisms in their natural environments.

BIOL 101 and BIOL 102

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