Restoration Ecology is a relatively new and growing field of study in ecology. Global Change Ecology.
The course covers virus structure and replication, diseases caused by viruses, modern treatments of viral infections, and viral vaccines produced by recombinant DNA and other technologies. It is designed to teach the understanding and appreciation of the plant-based compounds that affect human health, not to encourage the practice of medicine or pharmacy.
The course will introduce students to biological databases and bioinformatics tools used in bioinformatics research. The course fosters a heavily descriptive approach to the early beginnings of vertebrate life interspersed with significant experimental findings about the knitting together of an embryo.
Topics include a review of the anatomy physiology of tissues in the following organ systems. Three hours of lecture and two two-hour laboratory periods per week.
The Emiquon site on the Illinois River floodplain has been inhabited for over 10, years. Introduction to Concepts of Human Anatomy. General Seminar. Topics include review of basic anatomy of tissues based on the histological structure. This course introduces non-science students to the ecology through on-line lectures and lab experiences at the UIS Therkildsen Field station at Emiquon.
Laboratory exercises offer practical experiences in genetic diagnostic techniques.