Biology of the Algae

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Revision as of 19:58, 27 August 2010

Chondrus crispus

EEB 3250 (undergraduate) AND EEB 5250 (graduate)

Fall 2010 Lectures: MWF 10-10:50 AM, and Labs: M 2-4:50 PM in TLS 181
4 credits Satisfies the laboratory and plant diversity requirements for the EEB major

Go to the Biology of Algae class web page on [1] HuskyCT.


Instructors

Louise A. Lewis Associate Professor
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
office: 200 Pharmacy/Biology Building
voice: +1 860-486-6723
email: louise.lewis@uconn.edu
office hours: M by appointment.

Karolina Fučiková Graduate Teaching Assistant
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
office: 311a Pharmacy/Biology Building
voice: +1 860-486-2289
email: karolina.fucikova@uconn.edu
office hours: Monday 1-2 in TLS 115 and by appointment.

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Links

Algae in the News

  • Informative links re: algae aquaculture and algae as biofuels:

Aquaculture, Algae as a Sustainable Biofuels Feedstock.

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