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BIOL 58601 Ecology

Session Offered:

Fall Credit 3

Prerequisites:

BIOL 28600 (or Grad Level Student)

Description:

This is an advanced ecology course that examines the ecological process and dynamics of populations, communities, and ecosystems. Topics include the physical, physiological, behavioral, and population genetic factors that influence how organisms interact with one another and their environment, the nature of population growth, and attributes of community structure. Course material integrates case studies from field and laboratory experiments, simulations, and theoretical models to understand life histories, species interactions, and community and ecosystem processes. 

Instructor(s):
XIMENA BERNAL

E-mail:
xbernal@purdue.edu

Textbook(s):

Textbook

Title: Ecology: From Individuals to Ecosystems 

ISBN: 9781405111171

Authors: Michael Bergen

Edition: 4

Optional 

Course Format:
CRN SEC Type Cred Day Time Location


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