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BIOL 4507 [0.5 credit] Ecological Parasitology

Key concepts in the ecological study of parasites and pathogens, underpinned by evolutionary thinking and relevant to fundamental and applied questions of co-evolution, disease ecology, epidemiology, emerging infectious diseases, environmental parasitology, evolutionary transitions, host species range, immunity, resistance, tolerance, transmission mode, and virulence.
Prerequisite(s): BIOL 2600 and one of the following: BIOL 3601, BIOL 3604, BIOL 3609, BIOL 3611, BIOL 3612, BIOL 3801, BIOL 3802, BIOL 3804.
Lectures or seminars 3 hours per week.