Environmental Biology

BIOL 173 XW Cross Listed: ENV S


Course Description

An introduction to the structure and function of natural systems at scales from the individual to the biosphere and the complex interactions between humans and their environment. Discussions of human population growth, biodiversity, sustainability, resource use, and pollution. Non-majors only.

3 credits

About the Instructor

John Pleasants John Pleasants researches plant/insect interactions, especially plants and pollinators and host plants and herbivores. Also, the effects of GMO's on native species, in particular the effects of Bt corn and RoundupReady soybeans on monarch butterflies and the possibility of gene flow between native Hawaiian cotton and GMO cotton.

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Registration Information

Course Dept
BIOL
Course Number
173
Section
XW
Credit Hours
3
Semester
Fall 2017
Dates
Aug 21 - Dec 15
Prerequisites
None
Max Enrollment
150
Delivery Fee
$150.00 *
Delivery Type
Face-to-face **
* Delivery Fee is additional to Tuition & Fees.

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