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SCB2424 Animal Diversity
Credit Points: 15
SCI1183 Origins and Evolution of Life
SCI1187 Form and Function in Biology
This unit explores the diversity of the animal kingdom, from simple protozoa to higher animals such as arthropods and vertebrates. Animals are studied in evolutionary sequence, relating body structure and complexity to habitat and lifestyle. The unit introduces students to important zoological laboratory techniques.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
B73Bachelor of Science (Biological Sciences)
G86Bachelor of Science (Environmental Forensics)
G87Bachelor of Science (Marine and Freshwater Biology)
SMCBIOBiological Sciences 8 Unit Supporting Major
MISCIBBiological Sciences Minor
MABIOSBiological Sciences Major
MABIOSBiological Sciences Major
MAAABOBiological Sciences Major
MACBIOConservation Biology Major
MACBIOConservation Biology Major
MAMFMMarine and Freshwater Management Major
SMMFMMarine and Freshwater Management 8 Unit Supporting Major
MAMFMMarine and Freshwater Management Major Major
SMSCIMMultidisciplinary Science 10 Unit Supporting Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 30/09/2006 VET: 30/09/2006