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University of Wisconsin / College of agriculture announcement of courses: 1940-1941

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PLANT PATHOLOGY
                                   LIBRARY
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR HEAN, librarian.
  1. LIBRARY PRACTICE. I; 2 cr. Library classification and arrangement, bulletin
filing,
use of card catalogues, periodical indexes, abstract journals, public documents,
standard
reference works, and the compiling of bibliographies. Mr. Hean.
                               MATHEMATICS
  These courses, offered in the College of Letters and Science, are especially
de-
signed for students in Agriculture. Students who wish preparation in mathematical
statistics beyond Mathematics 135 should take the courses prerequisite to
calculus
followed by Math. 5a, 5b, 118, and 137. Mathematics 54 and 55 may be taken
in
place of Mathematics 5a and 5b.
  71. MATHEMATICS FOR AGRICULTURAL STUDENTS. I; 4 cr. For students presenting
one
unit of algebra for entrance. Staff.
  72. MATHEMATICS FOR AGRICULTURAL STUDENTS. I; 4 cr. For students presenting
one and one-half units of algebra for entrance. Staff.
  135. INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL METHODS IN THE NATURAL SCIENCES. I; 3
cr.
For the student seeking experience in the calculation and interpretation
of sta-
tistical measures and techniques suited to the analysis of small samples.
Two lec-
tures; 3 hrs. laboratory. Prerequisite: Math. lb, 3a, or 72, and consent
of instructor.
Lab. fee $2.23. Mr. Eisenhart.
                           PLANT PATHOLOGY
PROFESSORS DIcKsoN, DUGGAR, GILBERT, KEITT, chairtnan, RIKER, VAUGHAN, WALKER;
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR RIEMAN; ASSISTANT PROFESSOR BRANN; LECTURER RICHARDS;
IN-
STRUCTORS LARSON, WHIPPLE.
  Courses 104, 220, 221, 249, and 252 are offered in the Department of Botany,
College
of Letters and Science, and do not count toward the 50 credits required in
the College
of Agriculture.
  7. ELEMENTARY PLANT PATHOLOGY. I; 3 cr. The economic importance, appear-
ance, cause, and means for controlling representative diseases of plants.
Prerequisites:
Botany 1 and Agr. Bact. 1. Lab. fee $4.50. Mr. Riker, Mr. Dickson, and staff.
  100. THESIS. Yr; 2 cr. Investigation of some problem in plant pathology.
Subject
should be chosen early in order to take advantage of the summer season to
secure ma-
terial. Fee $2.25 per lab. cr. Staff.
  101. DISEASES OF PLANTS. I; 3 cr. The nature, causes, and remedies of the
diseases
of economic plants, including field and laboratory studies of a typical series
of examples.
Prerequisite: Plant Pathology 7 or graduate standing. Lab. fee $4.50. Mr.
Walker,
Mr. Backus.
  102. METHODS IN PLANT PATHOLOGY. I; 3 cr. Research procedures including:
use
of the literature, isolation and inoculation practices, special technique
according to in-
dividual needs, and preparation of manuscripts. Prerequisite: Plant Path.
101. Lab. fee
$4.50. 'Mr. Riker.
  104. MORPHOLOGY OF FUNGI. I; 3 cr. Prerequisite: Botany 1. Lab. fee $3.50.
Mr.
Gilbcrt.
  116. DISEASES OF FIELD CROPS. 11; 2 cr. Arranged to meet the needs of students
in plant pathology and agronomy. Prerequisites: Plant Path. 101 or 7 and
104. Offered
1941-42 and in alternate years. Lab. fee $2.25. Mr. Dickson.
  117. DISEASES OF ORCHARD FRVITS. II; 2 cr. The more important diseases
of de-
ciduous orchard fruits. Prerequisites: Plant Path. 101 or 7 and 104. Offered
1941-42 and
in alternate years. Lab. fee $2.25. Mr. Keitt.
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