Marymount University

Undergraduate Catalog 2014-15

BIO 312 Physiological Ecology

Explores the way living organisms adjust to the adversities of their environment. Understanding how organisms obtain information about the environment through their senses. Students will learn to use the principles of physiology to predict, as well as model, the behavior of animals. Students will be able to discuss the interplay of many physiological variables on the overall function of the body. Prerequisite: BIO 152 or equivalent. (3)

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