Plant–Animal Interactions is the study of the special ecological and evolutionary relationships between plants and animals. The basic interactions between plants and animals (herbivory, pollination, and seed dispersal) will be studied by observing the natural history, conducting experiments, investigating the theory and discussing current scientific literature.
Instructor: Cheryl Heinz, Benedictine University.
Notes: Students are expected to provide their own transportation, and defray their own expenses on field trips. Lab and Field work: Select Saturday lab and field dates TBD
Credit: 4 semester hours (or equivalent), undergraduate
Prerequisite: General Biology and one of Botany, Ecology, Evolution, Genetics, Physiology, or Zoology
Thursdays, January 23–May 1, Lecture and Laboratory: 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.
Lab and field work: Select Saturday lab and field dates TBD
Thornhill Education Center
Fee includes admission to the Arboretum.
Please contact the Biology Department faculty at the participating A.C.C.A. institution from which you wish to receive credit and the registrar's office at firstname.lastname@example.org