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|NRES 733 - Plant-Animal Interactions|
This course examines the contribution of plant and animal interactions to ecosystem variability and stability. Examples include a range of taxa from invertebrates through large mammals, living in systems that have coevolved versus those that have not. Topics may include plant defenses to herbivory, use of stable isotopes to define food webs, and the applicability of using predator-prey models to describe plant-animal interactions.
Schedule Types: Lecture, Self-Directed
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
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