This course explores comparative reproductive biology in terrestrial and marine wildlife and domesticated animals. It will encompass lectures, open discussion, and problem-based learning built on cases and experiences acquired in the field, literature, lecture topics and discussions. Topics will include: i) Functional Anatomy ii) Embryology iii) Reproductive Endocrinology and Life cycles iv) Reproductive Technologies v) Chemical and Physical Restraint of Animals vi) Problems and Policy Associated with Endangered Species vii) Management of Wildlife in National Parks, Game Ranches and Zoos viii) Contraception ix) Conservation techniques to solve problems of environmental change and international development; human-wildlife conflict x) Careers and Training/Job opportunities.
Note: This course is offered during the Spring semester and during the Summer session.
BIOLOGY 110 or BIOLOGY 151. Open to Junior and Senior students.