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Ecology of Infectious Marine Disease Biology 533 (9 credits) Session B: July 19 - August 20, 2010 (5 weeks) Monday-Saturday (Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm, plus Sat morning 8 am-noon, except final week no Saturday meeting) Arrive Sunday, July 18 after 3 pm, depart Friday, Aug. 20 after lunch. Dr. Drew Harvell, Dr. Carolyn Friedman, and Dr. Steven Roberts Infectious diseases of marine organisms...
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fish546: Folks from Seeb, MER, Roberts Labs and anybody else interested will be discussing two articles (Renaut et al. 2010 and Wolf et al. 2010) from the Special Issue of Molecular Ecology (see link). We already commented about one of them during class. -Daniel
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