General Biology 3

Course Description

Morphology and physiology of multicellular organisms, particularly plants and animals. Concepts include plant structure and physiology, and comparative animal morphology and physiology. Intended for science majors.

Learning Outcomes

  • Describe structure and organization of major groups of plants.
  • Explain nutrient intake and transport in plants.
  • Describe reproductive structures and strategies in nonflowering and flowering plants.
  • Discuss fundamental body structure and organization in animals.
  • Describe different kinds of animal organ systems, including digestion, circulation, respiratory, sensory, skeletal, locomotory.
  • Discuss reproduction and development in animals.


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