BIO 520: Animal Behavior
Prereq: Matriculated BIO Grad student
General Education requirement: Natural Sci Tech/Oral Skills
The study of comparative and evolutionary aspects of behavior of invertebrate and vertebrate animals. Structure and function of nervous systems, simple behavioral patterns including reflexes and other forms of innate behavior as well as more complex patterns including learning and social behavior are stressed.
|MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT||11:00 AM EDT||11:50 AM EDT|
|Instructor: Robert Gegear||Class status: O|
|Prereq: Matriculated BIO Grad student|
|Class instruction mode: In Person|