|Module code||ZEN 365|
|Faculty||Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences|
Impact of insects on economies, human health and well-being. Protection of crops from insect herbivores through monitoring, forecasting and application of the principles of integrated pest management; epidemiology and modern developments in the control of insect vectors of human and animal diseases; insects as a tool in forensic investigations; ecological and economic significance of insect pollinators and current threats to their survival and health. Lectures will be complemented by practical experiences that provide students with skills in the design, analysis, interpretation and reporting of applied entomological research. Examples used in this module are directly relevant to the sustainable development goals of Life on Land, No Poverty, Zero Hunger and Good Health and Well-being.
|Service modules||Faculty of Education|
|Contact time||2 practicals per week, 4 lectures per week|
|Language of tuition||Module is presented in English|
|Department||Zoology and Entomology|
|Period of presentation||Quarter 4|
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