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A study of inter-relationships of plants and animals and their natural environment. Topics include distribution and abundance of plants and animals with respect to population, community, and ecosystem structure and function. Emphasis will be placed on local flora, and fauna. Extensive field work required. Prerequisite: BIOL 1406 and BIOL 1411 or BIOL 1413. Required for biology majors. Lab fee: $27.25.
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