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This course is offered in alternate years (2008, 2010, etc.) in spring quarter, and is taught by Dr. Peter Cranston and Dr. Penny Gullan.
For further information on ENT 103 for Spring 2010, please contact the instructors directly.
Professors Peter Cranston and Penny Gullan
1282 Academic Surge
Ph. 754-5803 or 754-5805
Monday 4–5 p.m. or appointments arranged by email
Lectures and Discussion:
Lectures: M & T, 1:10-2:00 p.m.
Discussion: M, 2:10–3.00 p.m.
There is NO specified textbook for this course, only selected readings, which are put up as PDFs on MyUCDavis.
There are two midterms (10%, 20%), a final exam (30%), a systematics exercise (10%) and a term paper (1500-2000 words; 25%) + presentation (5%).
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