RBF1310 - Biology 1
|1.||Analyse and synthesise the characteristic features of major animal phyla;|
|2.||Contextualise the principles of ecological biogeography in relation to the fauna of Australia;|
|3.||Evaluate the adaptive features of animals living in either or terrestrial environment and assess the uniqueness of Australian fauna;|
|4.||Contextualise the evolution and origin of biodiversity in marine and terrestrial environments demonstrating conceptual and technical understandings; and|
|5.||Articulate clearly, orally, diagrammatically and in writing, complex information on the morphology, life cycles and relationships of various animal families and report on their evolutionary history.|
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