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    Sauk Valley Community College
  Feb 21, 2018
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BIO 131 - General Zoology

An introduction to the principles of classification of animals, followed by a systematic study of invertebrate and vertebrate animals including their morphology, physiology and natural history. Concepts of evolution, paleontology and ecology are discussed. This course along with BIO 105 (Principles of Biology and BIO 123 (Introduction to Botany) is part of the three semester sequence that satisfies the IAI 910 Biology requirement. 

Prerequisite: BIO 105 is required and MAT 115 or higher is recommended.

5 Semester hour(s)
Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI)
IAI: L1 910L, BIO 910
Lecture/Lab Hours
4 lec, 2 lab/week

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