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BIOL 555D1 Functional Ecology of Trees (1.5 credits)

Offered by: Biology (Faculty of Science)


Biology (Sci) : Discussion of the interactions among traits that underpin the survival of woody plants in diverse environments: physiology, anatomy, architecture, seasonality and phenology, reproductive ecology, life history trade-offs, and the phylogenetic basis of functional diversification.

Terms: Fall 2012

Instructors: Martin J Lechowicz (Fall)

  • Fall and Winter
  • Prerequisites: BIOL 304, BIOL 308 or permission.
  • Students must register for both BIOL 555D1 and BIOL 555D2.
  • No credit will be given for this course unless both BIOL 555D1 and BIOL 555D2 are successfully completed in consecutive terms.
  • BIOL 555D1 and BIOL 555D2 together are equivalent to BIOL 555.