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BIO 724 Plant Population Biology
3 hours; 3 credits
Ecological and evolutionary perspectives on the dynamics of plant populations. Topics include demography, life-history evolution, ecological genetics, phenotypic and genotypic variation within and between populations, competition, reproduction and breeding systems, pollination ecology, seed dispersal and germination, symbioses, clonality, and coevolution. In addition, the application of population concepts to environmental and conservation problems will be covered. NOTE: This course has a material fee.
Prerequisites: BIO 228 and BIO 312 and BIO 360 or equivalents
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