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BI 554 Plant Ecology


Focuses on the patterns of distribution and abundance of organisms in space and through time. Explores the underlying causes, both natural and anthropogenic, of these patterns at the population, community and ecosystem levels for a variety of plants and ecosystems. In the lab, students will engage in nearly all phases of ecological research. Emphasis will be placed on learning to effectively communicate ecological concepts in writing to a non-scientific audience.
Three hours of lecture and one four-hour laboratory, which may include trips to field sites.
Credits: 5
Prerequisite: BI 211 , BI 212 , BI 213 , MTH 111  and completed General Education writing requirement


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