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Experimental Insect Physiology and Molecular Biology
ENTMLGY 6320 This laboratory course uses both classical and cutting-edge experimental techniques to uncover aspects of insect biology. We will conduct a series of novel experiments on diapausing and non-diapausing model insects to show physiological and m ...
Taxonomy and Behavior of Aquatic Invertebrates
ENTMLGY 5350.01 Taxonomy and behavior of the major groups of aquatic invertebrates, with an emphasis on North American freshwater macroinvertebrates. 1-2 required field trips. Prereq or concur: ENR 5280, or permission of instructor. Not open to students w ...
Turfgrass Insect and Mite Pests- Identification, Biology, and Management
ENTMLGY 5608 This course provides information on the insect groups that attack managed turfgrass (lawns, grounds, sport fields, and golf courses) in such a manner that participants will learn how to diagnose and identify common pests, and be able to selec ...
General Entomology Laboratory
ENTMLGY 4001 Laboratories will introduce the major patterns of diversity among insects and will provide experience and develop abilities in the identification of insects. We will explore insect and other arthropod diversity and evolution by collecting, id ...
Issues in Community and Extension Education
COMLDR 5382 Explore past, current, and potential trends and issues related to Extension ...
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Dairy Calf, Heifer, and Cow Project and Record Book
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Mentoring: Leadership in Action
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The Biology of Hope and Belief
ENTMLGY 1350 The underlying premise of this course is that the human mind and human behaviors have been shaped throughout our evolutionary history by the force of natural selection. This course critically evaluates evidence that the human capacity for hop ...