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Advanced Environmental Physiology

A study of the ecophysiological aspects of animal life and the principles of adaptation; exploration of those strategies which allow vertebrates to adapt to rigorous climatic conditions and selected environmental habitats. Students will be required to undertake either a research project or supplemental study of the literature or a term paper. Two lectures and three hours laboratory per week. (Not available to students who have taken BIOL 4797.)