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BIO-210General Biology II FA5 (4)
Course Level: Undergraduate
An exploration of the origins of planet Earth and life. Emphasis on the organismal and higher levels of biological organization. The diversity of life through a survey of the three domains, various kingdoms and their phylogenetic relationships. The form and function of plants and animals. A consideration of the interrelationships between organisms and environment. The laboratory component explores the diversity of life at the organismal and higher levels of biological organization. Studies include form and function of plants and animals, and selected systems. Usually offered every term. Prerequisite: BIO-110. Note: this course is recommended for science majors, or pre-medical or honors students only.