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ANTH 466 - Reproductive Ecology

Study of human reproduction from an anthropological perspective. Topics include the structure and function of the reproductive system, including hormonal control of ovarian cycling, but also culturally mediated behaviors that influence reproduction. Focus is on variation in the fertility between populations and among couples within populations.

Prerequisites & Notes:
ANTH 201 or HNRS 203, and ANTH 215 and BIOL 349 or permission of instructor.

Credits: 5
Grade Mode: Letter

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