Biological Sciences 321MR - Conference Course: 'Marine Invertebrate Physiology'
Marine Invertebrate Physiology
Mount Holyoke College
Clapp Laboratory 306
Invertebrates are an incredibly diverse group of organisms that live in nearly all ecosystems across the earth. As ectotherms, invertebrates must develop plastic responses to environmental variation in order to survive. In this course, we will explore these plastic responses in marine invertebrates at all levels of organization -- from cellular to ecosystem scales -- through hands-on activities, projects, and synthesis of primary literature.
Prereq: 8 credits at the 200 level in Biological Sciences.; Coreq: BIOL-321MRL.
Multiple required components--lab and/or discussion section. To register, submit requests for all components simultaneously.
Permission is required for interchange registration during the add/drop period only.