ENY-4660L, Medical & Veterinary Entomology, 1 credit
Laboratories -- Assignments are multiple choice laboratory quizzes located at the course website (http://entomology.ifas.ufl.edu/koehler/eny4660/) for download. You will have to email the instructor to obtain the password for the site. Assignments are due on Mondays and must be completed on or before the date listed.
Instructor: Philip G. Koehler
Office Hours: weekdays
Course Website: http://entomology.ifas.ufl.edu/koehler/eny4660/
Co-Course Requirement: ENY 6665
Course Description: This course requires an identification of the major insect, mite, and tick vectors of disease to man and animals and an understanding of the diseases transmitted by arthropod vectors. Students will learn to identify mosquitoes, ticks, mites, lice, fleas, and other disease vectors. This course requires use of the textbook and internet resources to obtain detailed information on the appearance of medically and veterinary important arthropods, as well as the cycles for the diseases they transmit. This course should be taken as a co-requirement for ENY 4660. The schedule for ENY 4660 will have the due dates for the laboratory assignments.
A. Laboratories are located on the course website
B. Open the course
C. Click on the Laboratory quiz link on the left column
D. Download the appropriate quiz
E. Work on the quiz at your own pace
F. Repeat working on the quiz until you master the information
G. Submit your best grade to the instructor on or before the due date for the assignment
You will have unlimited time to complete each assignment. You will be able to work ahead, if you desire. It is your responsibility to submit your grades on time. Make sure you complete the lectures on or before the date on the syllabus.
Grading: The course is based on an average grade for the 13 weekly laboratory assessments (usually two laboratory quizzes per week). Students can take the quizzes as often as necessary and turn in the best grade obtained.
Text: Gary Mullen and Lance Durden. 2009. Medical and Veterinary Entomology, 2nd Edition. Academic Press. ISBN #: 978-0-12-372500-4.
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