Syllabus Rpts - Course Information and Outline

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COURSE INFORMATION AND OUTLINE SCHEDULE INFORMATION Biology 331: Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy Line No. 0146 Fall 2001; 5 Credits Time: Lecture -- 1000 - 1050 Monday, Wednesday Laboratory -- 1000 - 1250 Tuesday, Thursday Place: Lecture -- RH 132; Laboratory -- RH 132 Course Home Page: http://mssc.blackboard.com Instructor: Mary M. Moss, Ph.D. Office: RH 320 Phones: 417 625-9999 (office); 417 625-9766 (secretary) E-mail: moss-m@mail.mssc.edu Office Hours: 1100 - 1150 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1400 - 1550 Monday - Thursday Other Times by Appointment. I strive to respond to email and phone messages by the next school day COURSE DESCRIPTION Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy is a fundamental course designed to enhance your understanding and appreciation of the structure and adaptations of vertebrates. Emphasis is on evolution, adaptation, and the relationship between structure and function. Minimum prerequisites are BIO 101 or 121, and 122. COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. To compare and contrast the anatomy of representative chordates. 2. To develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of the relationship between structure and function. 3. To develop observational skills, manual dexterity, and to learn how to dissect. The official course syllabus list additional and core objectives. Give course details, office hours, etc. Appendix 3:
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