Department of Biological and Health Sciences

 

 

 

 

 
Jon A. Baskin, Ph.D., FLS
Professor of Biology
 






Barbourofelis loveorum Baskin
Illustration copyright  Katura Reynolds, used with permission.   Check out her image gallery.

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Courses

 Mammalogy
Evolutionary Theory
Animal Physiology
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Teaching specialties: 
Mammalogy, Paleontology, and Evolution.

Research interests:
Systematics and evolution of rodents and carnivores;
Pleistocene stratigraphy and  paleontology of South Texas.

 

 

 

 

Mammoth front leg from the Nueces River gravel pits excavated in 1994 by Ronny Thomas and Jon Baskin on display at the Northwest Branch Public Library, Corpus Christi.  Photo by Ronny Thomas

 

 

 


Course Links

Fall 2013
Biology 4429 - MAMMALOGY
Biology 3408 - ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY 
Other Course Pages
Biology 1306 - General Biology I.
Biology 1307 - GENERAL BIOLOGY II
Biology 1308 - Introductory Cell & Molecular Biology
Biology 1313 -  Introductory Zoology
Biology 2401 - ANATOMY and PHYSIOLOGY I
Biology 3301 -  EVOLUTIONARY THEORY
Biology 3408 - ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY
Biology 3405 - VERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY
Biology 4355 - Creation/Evolution Controversy
Biology 4429 - MAMMALOGY
Biology 4102 - Seminar
Biology 4355 - Dinosaur Paleobiology
Biology 5316 - Advanced Biological Concepts 
 

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