University of Calgary

BIOL 371 - Comparative Biology of Plants & Animals - Fall 2014

An exploration of how multicellular organisms meet the challenges of living, both as individuals, and in an evolutionary context. Parallels and divergence between plants and animals are illustrated in their responses to the challenges they face, with the water-to-land transition forming a central theme in shaping the form and function of plant and animal life.
This course may not be repeated for credit.


  • H(3-1T)


  • Biology 371 was offered for the first time in Fall of 2013. Students who registered in Biological Sciences programs prior to the Fall of 2012 should follow the 2011-2012 or earlier appropriate Calendars. Successful completion of Biology 371 is required for admission to all the specialty programs offered by the Department. Students are urged to complete this course in their second year to ensure timely completion of the program.


  • Biology 241 and 243.


  • Biology 233.


This course will be offered next in Fall 2015.
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