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SA 3032 - Herpetology


This course explores the major aspects of the biology of amphibians and reptiles. The structure and function of these animals as individuals, populations, and biotic communities are examined. Aspects to be covered include the general anatomy of the “herptiles” and the evolution and taxonomy of modern reptiles and amphibians. A review of biodiversity and systematics is incorporated within the course.

Prerequisite(s): BY 1116 - Biological Science I  and BY 1217 - Biological Science II  and AS 3118 - Animal Anatomy and Physiology .

2 hours Lecture and 3 hours Laboratory
3 credits



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