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LS220 Research Methods (1)

An introduction to research writing with emphasis on the documentation and communication methods used in

biological research. The student will be exposed to major aspects of scientific writing and presentation of scientific data,

including library research, data analysis, evaluation of scientific writing, composition of a scientific paper and a

prospective research proposal, and presentation of scientific data in a poster format. 1-hour lecture.

Prerequisite: Sophomore

standing required.

LS231 Human Growth and Development (3)

A study of human development across the lifespan from birth to death with emphasis on the physical, cognitive,

emotional, and social aspects of human life. (Directed study only).

LS252 Cell Biology (4)

The molecular basis for the various structures and physiological functions of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Topics

include membrane structure-function, cellular energetics, receptors, and cell-cell communication. 3-hour lecture and 3-

hour laboratory. Concurrent laboratory registration required. (Lab fee: $75.)

Prerequisite: CH151 and LS151.

LS302 Vertebrate Anatomy and Systematics (4)

A study of chordate systematics, comparative anatomy, and morphogenesis. For all biology students with specific

relevance to students who choose the environmental emphasis or those interested in veterinary medicine. 3-hour lecture

and 3-hour laboratory. (Lab fee: $75.)

Prerequisite: LS151.

LS307 Biology of Dinosaurs (3)

A study of dinosaurs including their fossil record, systematics, origins, biology, and behavior. Discussion will focus on

controversies related to the proposed evolution of birds from dinosaurs and the reason for dinosaur extinction.

LS312 Animal Physiology (4)

Animal physiological systems and regulatory mechanisms are studied in the context of various types of ecosystems.

Consideration is given to regulatory adjustments to seasonal and environmental variations within an ecosystem. The

laboratory is a research-oriented study of the physiological adjustments of invertebrates and amphibians in seasonal

streams and in the lab. For all biology students with specific relevance to students who choose the environmental

emphasis or those interested in veterinary medicine. 3-hour lecture and 3-hour laboratory. (Lab fee: $75.)

LS318 Conservation Biology & Sustainability (4)

This is a comprehensive study of ecological legal issues and the stewardship of stainability of ecological quality of life

and diversity. The bulk of the laboratory will be outdoors. 3-hour lecture and 3-hour laboratory and field work. (Lab

fee: $75.)

Prerequisite: LS341.

LS321 Human Anatomy (4)

A study of human micro and gross anatomy from a systematic approach. The laboratory consists of the use of human

models, cats, mammalian body parts, and human histology slides. 3-hour lecture and 2½-hour laboratory. (Lab fee: $75.)

Prerequisite: LS150, LS151, or LS252 recommended.

LS322 Human Physiology (4)

An integrated study of the functions of the human body systems in the context of homeostatic control and disease

conditions. The laboratory involves clinical applications to the health sciences. 3-hour lecture and 3-hour laboratory.

(Lab fee: $75.)

Prerequisite: LS150, LS151, and LS252 recommended.

LS331 Developmental Biology (4)

Students become familiar with the stages of fertilization and the early developmental patterns of representative animals.

Emphasis is placed on the genetic basis of differential gene expression during the various stages of development. The

lab involves microscopic examination of prepared serial slides of frog, chick, and pig embryos at various stages of