I'm Jeremy Rentsch, an evolutionary ecologist and assistant professor of biology at Francis Marion University. My research interests lie primarily in how organisms interacting with each other affects their mutual evolutionary trajectories. I teach Organismal Biology (BIO106), Plant Structure and Function (BIO307) and Plant Evolution and Diversity (BIO306J). I'm regularly looking to involve undergraduates in one of my research programs, so don't hesitate to contact me if you are an undergraduate looking for a research opportunity.

Professor Jeremy D. Rentsch

Courses Taught

 

Spring 2017

BIO307 - Plant Structure and Function

BIO307L - Plant Structure and Function Lab

 

Fall 2016

BIO106 - Organismal Biology

BIO306J - Plant Evolution and Diversity

BIO306JL - Plant Evolution and Diversity Lab

Spring 2016

BIO307 - Plant Structure and Function

BIO307L - Plant Structure and Function Lab

 

Fall 2015

BIO106 - Organismal Biology

BIO103 - Environmental Biology Laboratory

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