BIOL 206 - Disease Ecology
Next Offered: 2009-2010
Semester Offered: First Semester
Credits (Range): 2 Hours
Attribute: 2 NS
The major concepts of community ecology, such as species richness, diversity, stability, and predator-prey interactions will be used as a framework for understanding pathogen transmission and disease dynamics in natural populations. Primary literature readings that illustrate the relationship between community structure and disease dynamics, as well as modern field and laboratory techniques, will be the focus of discussions and small writing assignments. Enrollment Limit: 20.
Instructor: M. Garvin
Prerequisites & Notes
BIOL 102 or 120 and Co-requisite: BIOL 207.
This course provides foundation for the co-requisite BIOL 207.
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