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University of Wisconsin / College of agriculture announcement of courses: 1942-1944

Departments of instruction,   pp. 203-223 PDF (5.6 MB)


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FOREST PRODUCTS
                         ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY
 PROFESSORS FLUKE, chairman, WILSON; ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS ALLEN, FARRAR;
As-
 SISTANT PROFESSORS LILLY, SEARLS; INSTRUCTORS CALLENBACH; SCHAEFER.
   Students majoring in economic entomology have an opportunity to enter
state and
 government service. Those preparing for commercial positions should elect
additional
 courses in physics and chemistry.
   For graduate work in entomology and beekeeping, write to the chairman
of the
 Department of Economic Entomology for additional information.
   1. ELEMENTARY ENTOMOLOGY. (Farm Insects.) II; 3 cr. A general collection
of
 insects is required of each student. Mr. Fluke.
   10. ELEMENTARY BEEKEEPING. ii; 3 cr. Elementary principles of beekeeping.
Mr.
 Farrar.
   100. THESIS. Yr; 2 cr. Prerequisites: Senior standing and consent of instructor.
 Staff.
   102. INSECT MORPHOLOGY AND TAXONOMY. 1; 3 cr. Prerequisite: Econ. Ent.
I or
 consent of instructor. Mr. Fluke.
   103. ORCHARD INSECTS. I; 2 cr. A study of the insect pests of the orchard
and bush
 fruits. Prerequisite: Econ. Ent. I or 102, or a course in zoology. Offered
1943-44 and
 alternate years. Mr. Fluke.
   105. FIELD CROP AND GARDEN INSECTS. II; 2 cr. A study of the insect pests
of
 field, garden, and truck crops. Prerequisite: Econ. Ent. I or 102 or a course
in zoology.
 Offered 1943-44 and alternate years. Mr. Searls.
 107. PRINCIPLES OF INSECT CONTROL. I; 3 cr. The preparation, uses and toxicities
 of insecticides and their applications. Prerequisites: Chem. lb and consent
of instructor.
 Offered 1942-43 and alternate years. Mr. Allen.
 120. INSECT ECOLOGY. II; 3 cr. Insects in their relation to their environment.
Pre-
 requisites: Econ. Ent. I or 102, or a course in zoology. Offered 1942-43
and alternate
 years. Mr. Lilly.
 123. TAXONOMY OF INSECT LARVAE. I; 3 cr. The identification and morphology
of
 immature insects. Prerequisite: Econ. Ent. 102 or consent of instructor.
Offered
 1942-43 and alternate years. Mr. Searls.
 125. INSECTS IN RELATION TO PLANT DISEASE. I; 2 cr. The principal insect
vectors
 and their habits; modes of insect transmission and dissemination of plant
diseases.
 Prerequisites: A course in entomology and plant pathology or consent of
instructor.
 Offered 1943-44 and alternate years. Mr. Searls.
 130. SEMINARY. 1, 11; I cr. Prerequisite: Senior standing. Mr. Wilson.
 180. SPECIAL PROBLEMS. I, II; *cr. Prerequisites: Senior standing and consent
of
 instructor. Staff.
 200. RESEARCH. Yr; *cr. Study of a specific problem in economic entomology.
 Prerequisites: Graduate standing and consent of instructor. Staff.
                            FOREST PRODUCTS
  Students who want to obtain a degree in forestry may take the pre-forestry
course
explained on pages 200-201, and then complete the work at another institution
where a
degree in forestry is offered.
  The courses described below are offered by the United States Forest Products
laboratory in cooperation with the University of Wisconsin. The courses,
which are
offered in logical sequence, consist of subject matter with which anyone,
who intends
to go on into the fields of wood utilization or its related branches, should
be thoroughly
I.
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