Harvard University Summer School
Summer
1999

Biology S-21

Comparative Functional Anatomy of the Vertebrates

Limited Enrollment Course
4 units
6-8:30 pm

Karel F Liem

A functional perspective of comparative vertebrate anatomy. Lectures concentrate on the important evolutionary transformations of selected organ systems and their functional meaning during the diversification of the major groups of vertebrates. Laboratory exercises involve dissections of representative vertebrates and various laboratory demonstrations. Even though this course provides the essential foundation for biologists in general, it is especially appropriate for entry into professional schools and programs.


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