Summer; June 21 - July 30, 2021
Credit: 3 graduate
Instructor: John Townsend-Mehler
How organismal interactions are shaped through plant secondary metabolites--emphasizing
the impacts on ecosystems across multiple scales and in response to a rapidly changing
climate. This course combines lectures with student led discussions on contemporary
issues and developments in the field and is also designed to improve critical readings
of the primary literature and effective communication in science. Cross-listed with
Meeting Place and Times
Dr. John Townsend-Mehler
Graduate standing in LRES Graduate program or permission of instructor.
Tuition and Fees
See the Online Tuition, Fees and Financial Aid page.
If you are also taking a face-to-face course, please refer to the MSU Fee Schedules.
The Ecology of Plant Secondary Metabolites From Genes to Global Processes Authors: Glenn Iason, Marcel Dickey,
Publisher: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge,
Price: new $140 hardcover; $56 paperback
book can be purchased from various online retailers
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This course uses a learning management system. You will learn more closer to the course
For More Information
Please contact Marni Rolston 406-994-2029
How to Register
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