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Where you study animal and human biology but not the plant aspect of biology?
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The Applied Anatomy course at Bristol covers both human and veterinary anatomy. Human Sciences courses (e.g. at UCL) usually also cover primatology and may cover some more general mammalian physiology.
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You can probably find a biology or biological sciences degree where you don't have to take any plant biology modules.
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(Original post by Knortfoxx)
You can probably find a biology or biological sciences degree where you don't have to take any plant biology modules.
That’s a good idea 👍
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The Applied Anatomy course at Bristol covers both human and veterinary anatomy. Human Sciences courses (e.g. at UCL) usually also cover primatology and may cover some more general mammalian physiology.
Thank you
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