215. Invertebrate Biology.

This course covers the life histories, ecology, behavior, physiology,
morphology, evolution, relations to humans, and taxonomy of nonvertebrate
animals such as clams, starfish, insects, etc. Emphasis
is on aquatic invertebrates from freshwater, estuarine and marine
habitats. A mixture of field and laboratory work trains students
in collection, observation and experimental techniques. Lectures
and one laboratory per week. Prerequisites: Biology 101, 102 or
equivalent. Also offered through Outdoor Studies.