Course Descriptions

BIOL 59500 Sensory Ecology

Session Offered:

Spring Credit 3.0

Prerequisites:

BIOL 28600. 

Description:

This is an alternating year course. Next taught in spring 2018

The course covers the adaptive significance of sensory information as it relates to ecological interactions in animals.  Topics will include an overview of sensory systems, aspects of predator-prey relationships, sexual selection, communication, perception of environmental cues, and animal movement patterns.

Instructor(s):
ESTEBAN FERNANDEZ- JURICIC
JEFFREY LUCAS

E-mail:
jeffrey.r.lucas.1@purdue.edu
efernan@purdue.edu

Textbook(s):

~No textbook required for this course~

Notes:

course offered every other year. next offering will be spring 2018



Course Format:

BIOL 59500:

CRN

Instructional Type

Day(s)

Time(s)

Room(s)

69879

Lecture

MWF

2:30-3:20

LILY G401



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