Biological Control of Insects and Weeds (ENT 5341)

Biological control is the suppression of pests and weeds using living organisms. It involves fascinating interactions between organisms such as plants and herbivores, and insects and the predators and parasitoids that attack them. These interactions can provide spectacular protection from invasive species but risks to the environment are possible as well so biological control interventions must be undertaken with great care. We will explore these interactions and interventions in depth in this class. The class is online.

Credit will not be granted if credit has been received for: ENT 3341

Course ID
ENT 5341
Credits
3
Semester Offered
Spring
Course Frequency
every year