Dr. Daniel A. Hahn


Graduate Insect Physiology:

The over-arching learning goal for this course is for students to achieve a level of knowledge and a deep enough understanding of selected insect physiological systems for the student to recognize opportunities to extend this learning to improve their own current or future work, from basic perspectives in physiological ecology & evolution to practical applications in pest management. This course is not designed to be a brief survey of insect physiological systems; we will not cover everything in the textbook. Instead, my goal is for you to learn enough about select physiological systems so that you are comfortable in your ability to learn about any physiological system on your own in the future.


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Professor, Evolutionary Physiology