May 18, 2024  
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BIO 482 - Ichthyology


A study of the biology, classification, distribution and evolution of fishes. Attention is given to the morphology, physiology, behavior, natural history and ecology of fishes through work in lecture, laboratory and in the field. Specific experience in the identification of the freshwater fishes of the Great Lakes region is provided in addition to a general survey of some marine fish families.

Credit 3 hrs May not be repeated for additional credit
Grade Mode Normal (A-F) Course Rotation Fall (odd yrs.)

Cross-Listed with   

Prerequisite(s) (BIO 120  and BIO 121 ) or BIO 140  (“C or better” now required in all prerequisite courses)
Previously listed as ZOOL 422
Updates Course Rotation added 8/2014, Prereq Change 7/2014, effective Summer 2015


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