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Isidro Bosch

Professor of Biology
Integrated Science Center 260
585-245-5303
bosch@geneseo.edu

Dr. Isidro Bosch has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 1992.

Isidro Bosch photo

Office Hours

  • Monday 2:30-3:30pm
  • Tuesday 2:00-3:00pm
  • Thursday 11:00am-12:00pm

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • Ph.D. in Biology, University of California Santa Cruz, 1989

  • B.A. in Aquatic Biology, University of California Santa Barbara, 1981

Research Interests

  • Biology of Aquatic Invertebrates

  • Larval Ecology

  • UV Photobiology

  • Polar Biology

  • Life-History Evolution

Classes

  • BIOL 117: Gen Biol:Cells,Genetics,Evol

    An introductory course in the biological sciences covering cells, information coding and transfer, evolution, and diversity of unicellular organisms. This course will emphasize examples from both the plant and animal kingdoms using an integrated approach. Counts for general education only when taken with BIOL 116. Intended for science majors and other well-prepared students. Prerequisites: High School biology and chemistry. Offered every fall

  • BIOL 312: Aquatic Community Ecology-Lec

    An introduction to the organization and dynamics of the biological communities that dominate freshwater and marine habitats, emphasizing key ecological processes common to all aquatic habitats. Environmental threats to the integrity of aquatic communities and issues related to conservation will serve as a focus for readings and class discussions. The laboratory will emphasize field surveys and practical techniques, both analytical and quantitative. Participation on a field trip to a marine station is required. Prerequisite: Proficiency in Basic Requirement. BIOL 203 and (BIOL 204 or BIOL 216 or BIOL 223). Offered fall, odd years

  • BIOL 312: Aquatic Community Ecology-Lab

    An introduction to the organization and dynamics of the biological communities that dominate freshwater and marine habitats, emphasizing key ecological processes common to all aquatic habitats. Environmental threats to the integrity of aquatic communities and issues related to conservation will serve as a focus for readings and class discussions. The laboratory will emphasize field surveys and practical techniques, both analytical and quantitative. Participation on a field trip to a marine station is required. Prerequisite: Proficiency in Basic Requirement. BIOL 203 and (BIOL 204 or BIOL 216 or BIOL 223). Offered fall, odd years