|Tropical Entomology Lectures on Campus in Gainesville|
An introduction to tropical insects with emphasis on natural history, ecology and behavior. The course has three 1-hour lectures per week in "Summer A" of odd numbered years. Students will learn about insects in natural ecosystems and in agroecosystems
Lectures are team-taught to make the best use of faculty member expertise.
Topics of lectures (with the name of the lecturer) are:
There may only be 14 lectures because of university requirements for lecture-free days before final examinations and/or for course-evaluation forms to be completed by students.
Prerequisites: ENY 3005/3005L or its equivalent from another university.
To register: Please contact Mrs. Debbie Hall in the Entomology/Nematology Student Services office at 352-273-3912 or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Grades: are based on two tests demanding brief answers to a set of questions. One test will be about mid-term and the other at the end of the term. Graduate students should attempt to answer all the questions, but undergraduates select two-thirds of the questions.
Textbook: None. Required readings will be assigned. Suggested additional readings will be listed for students who want more background reading.
Lecture Room: A room in the Entomology-Nematology Department building.