Credit Weight: 0.5 Description: Survey of the abiotic and biotic diseases of economically important Canadian trees in both urban and rural settings. Introduction to the principles of diagnosis, spread and control. The pathogen/host relationship and the environmental factors affecting it are explored. Emphasis is placed on the management practices useful in reducing damages to and losses of forest trees. Laboratory exercises are designed to give the student expertise in both the macro-and microscopic identification of tree diseases. Cross-List(s): Biology 3213 Offering: 2-3; 0-0

Natural Resources Management 3213 Forest Pathology

Credit Weight: 0.5 Description: Survey of the abiotic and biotic diseases of economically important Canadian trees in both urban and rural settings. Introduction to the principles of diagnosis, spread and control. The pathogen/host relationship and the environmental factors affecting it are explored. Emphasis is placed on the management practices useful in reducing damages to and losses of forest trees. Laboratory exercises are designed to give the student expertise in both the macro-and microscopic identification of tree diseases. Cross-List(s): Biology 3213 Offering: 2-3; 0-0




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