ICHTHYOLOGY AND FISH HEALTH
This course is an overview of freshwater and marine fishes, their diversity, behavior, and health. Students will learn about the evolution, morphology, physiology, and life history of the global diversity of fishes, with an emphasis on integrating knowledge of fish anatomy and physiology in relation to their survival and wellbeing. Major diseases of captive-raised and farmed fish, including pathogenic control measures will be presented. Additionally, this course will explore the relationship between host, pathogen, and the environment, and explore methods for disease diagnosis and management for fish, including basic biosecurity protocols.
BIOL-105 DE BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY, ECOLOGY, & EVOLUTION
Feb 15, 2021 — Mar 21, 2021
For credit cost: $1410