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BIOL 325 - Plant Interactions in a Changing World

4.00 credit hours
Plants are dynamic participants in their environment and with their neighbors and other organisms. Students are introduced to the foundations of plant interactions, such as plant distributions, nutrient cycling and natural selection. Students apply these principles to understand the products of plant interactions in populations, communities and ecosystems from the perspective of rapidly changing environments. Explores topics such as climate change, invasive species and deforestation. Laboratory required.

Prerequisite(s): BIOL 230 ; or BIOL 220  and ENVI 106 .


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