Soil Ecology (SLSC 344.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
SLSC 344 01 January 2017 Sina Adl (primary instructor)

Description

The course describes the role of soil organisms (bacteria, protists, fungi, nematodes, mites, other invertebrates) in the decomposition of organic matter for plant nutrition, and their response to field management. The above ground management effects on below-ground soil ecology are key to sustainable management. Community structure and ecological functional role of the biology affect ecosystem function and respond to environmental changes.

Prerequisite(s)

One of FABS 212.3, BMSC 210.3, SLSC 343, SLSC 240.3, or EVSC 220.3, and successful completion of 60 credit units of university courses, or permission of the instructor.

Note

Must be enrolled at the undergraduate level.

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