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BIOL 4441 Ecology Laboratory (Fall: 1 )

Course Description

A laboratory course designed to introduce students to the core techniques and experimental strategies of ecology. Through field and greenhouse experiments students are introduced to the basics of field observation, species identifications, competition experiments, population studies and predator-prey interactions. Students learn to construct hypotheses, design experiments, and critically analyze experimental results. Weekly lab meets in the field, lab and/or greenhouse.

Instructor(s): Prof. Hitchcock

Prerequisites: BI 200 and BI 202.

Cross listed with:

Comments: Lab meets once per week. Lab fee required.

Last Updated: 24-Jun-17