ASCI 2110 A (CRN: 95022)
Animal Science: Animal Anatomy
4 Credit Hours
A comprehensive study of anatomical structure of vertebrate animals with emphasis on domestic animals. Taught from a systemic anatomy approach and incorporating microscopic and developmental anatomy, comparative vertebrate anatomy, and applied/clinical anatomy. Some physiology will be introduced to reinforce the link between structure and function. Prerequisites: BIOL 1400 or BCOR 1400 or BCOR 1425; CHEM 1100 or CHEM 1400; or Instructor permission.
Must register for a lab: A01 - A05; Prereqs enforced by the system: BIOL 1400 or BCOR 1400 or BCOR 1425 and CHEM 1100 or CHEM 1102 or CHEM 1400; Open to degree and PACE students
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