Principal Courses

EFB 555 Chemical Ecology in Vertebrates (3 credit hours) A survey of chemical interactions within and among species of fish, amphibia, reptiles, birds and mammals, including humans. Signal production, sensory processes, plant-animal interactions, practical applications of chemical ecology, and effects of global and local change on chemical ecology processes. Spring.
Prerequisites: One semester of organic chemistry and at least two of the following: General ecology, animal behavior, introduction to chemical ecology, and a course in vertebrate biology.

EFB 796 Laboratory and Field Exercises in Chemical Ecology (3 credit hours) Spring Semester.

EFB 797 Seminar in Environmental and Forest Biology (1 credit hours) Applied animal behavior; Chemical ecology in the service of protecting biodiversity; Sociobiology; Development of behavior.

EFB Summer Field Course at Cranberry Lake Biological Station: Chemical Ecology

EFB 412. Introduction to Chemical Ecology.