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BIO 473 - Ecology and Evolution of Plant-Animal Interactions

An examination of the evolution and ecology of plant-animal interactions, focusing on herbivory, pollination, fruit and seed dispersal in both natural and agroecosystems. Course consists of lectures, presentations, and discussions of the primary literature. Suitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate students.Offered winter semester of even-numbered years. Prerequisite: BIO 215.

Credits: 3



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