I'd try and take some basic animal physiology courses, particularirly
comparitive physioliogy. Some upper level biochemistry, 3rd year
thermodynamics, and of course you've have to proficiencient in molecular
biology (DNA cloning). This type of back ground will allow you to look at
whole organism adaptations and then examne the problem in a methodical way
from the organism to the DNA.
"Phil Clark" <minosdis2001 at yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> My name is Phil Clark. I am a student in Maine, USA
> trying to decide how to best prepare myself for a
> career in marine science and biology. I am
> enthusiastic about learning and studious enough to
> handle difficult coarse loads. This fall I will be
> attending a semester in Costa Rica with Outward Bound,
> and I want to follow that up with a program in marine
> biology. Currently I'm looking at U Hawaii at Hilo,
> Texas A&M at Galveston and James Cook University in
> Townsend, Australia. Any advice or comments, etc
> would be great. I would love to talk to some
> individuals in the field about their experiences.
>> Phil Clark
>minosdis2001 at yahoo.com>>>> __________________________________
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