Dr. Marion O. Harris
Department of Entomology
North Dakota State University
270 Hultz Hall
NDSU Dept. 7650
PO Box 6050
Fargo, ND 58108-6050
Phone: (701) 231-6445
Fax: (701) 231-8557
B.S. 1977, Cornell University
M.S. 1982, Michigan State University, Entomology.
Ph.D. 1986, Michigan State University, Entomology.
- Insect-Plant Interactions
- Chemical Ecology
- Mechanisms of Plant Defense and Insect Virulence
- Pollination of Western Prairie Fringed Orchid
210. Humans, Insects and The Environment. 3 cr. An introduction to insect science and how insects interact with humans and the environment.
741. Insect-Plant Interactions. 3 cr. Insect-plant interactions are a key feature of the terrestrial ecology of our planet. The course will cover plant interactions with both herbivores and pollinators, and will emphasize the behavioral mechanisms insects use to exploit plants.