BIO 3100 - Animal Behavior
The investigation of animal behavior as an evolved characteristic of vertebrate and invertebrate organisms. Topics will include foraging ecology, social behavior, sexual selection, and parental care and will be examined from mechanistic, developmental, historical, and evolutionary perspectives. Labs will provide students experience in designing and undertaking non-human animal behavior research in the lab and the field; out-of-class data acquisition is required.
Lecture hours/Lab hours: 3 hours lecture; 3 hours lab
Prerequisites: Pre-requisites: A minimum grade of C in the following courses: or ; a college chemistry course; and one other biology laboratory course numbered 2000 or above.
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