Course Descriptions

BIOL 49500 Senior Seminar In Plant Ecology/NOT OFFERED FALL 2015

Session Offered:

Fall Credit 1.0

Prerequisites:

None

Description:

In this course, students will critically evaluate longstanding and developing principles in plant ecology by reading and discussing highly influential scientific papers.  Students will be responsible for presenting papers to the class and contributing to constructive discussions on diverse topics in plant ecology, including competition, natural enemies, pollination, dispersal, adaptation, evolution, and conservation biology. Emphasis will be placed on identifying hypotheses, understanding how experiments are designed to test hypotheses, and learning how data can be analyzed and displayed to evaluate hypotheses.

Instructor(s):

Nancy Emery


E-mail:

Textbook(s):

None required

Course Format:

CRN

Sec

Type

Days

Time

Location

69862

002

Lec

TH

230-320

LILY G458



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