Prerequisites: BIOL 110-129 or ENSP 101 and 102, and CHEM 101 (or concurrent), or permission of instructor. (First semester/4 credits/3 class and 3 laboratory hours)
A study of the wide variety of structural and functional adaptations found in members of the plant and animal kingdoms. The topics of investigation include nutrient procurement, gas exchange, internal transport, movement, development, reproduction and chemical control mechanisms. Lectures and laboratories will focus on the physiological systems of various plant divisions and animal phyla.