Course description

Examines the diverse world of fungi in terrestrial ecosystems. Fungi are ecologically and economically important decomposers, symbionts and pathogens. Introduces current fungal research topics (e.g. pathogenicity) and explore both next generation sequencing technologies for the analysis of fungal diversity, growth and virulence mechanisms. [Prereq: BIO 311 and (BIO 320 or BIO 322)]

Units: 4

Fall 2018 sections

No sections offered