INTEGRATED PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY
Provides hands-on investigations of physiological principles across taxonomic groups and all organizational levels. The laboratory investigates evolutionary adaptations to various physical problems and reinforces awareness of the unity of living systems. Emphasis is placed on the application of the scientific method and provides opportunities for independent investigation. This is an upper-level core course for Biology and Health Sciences majors. Prerequisites: BIOLOGY 271 (Cell Biology); and (either as a prerequisite or concurrent) BIOLOGY 472 (Animal Cell Physiology), or BIOLOGY 474 (Human Physiology), or BIOLOGY 477 (Plant Physiology), or BIOLOGY 480 (Comparative Animal Physiology). Three hours laboratory per week, plus additional out of class assignments and/or quizzes.