About the course
This course introduces a wide variety of terrestrial life forms and habitats. Emphasis is placed on the biotic and abiotic factors affecting wildlife species. Upon completion, students should be able to explain the relationships between plants and animals, apply various floral and faunal sampling methods, and understand statistical applications.
- Minimum Credits:
- 2 Lecture and 3 Lab
- Wallace Woods
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