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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 230-400pm
  • Thursday 1000-1130am
  • Friday 1130am-100pm

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 241: Biology of Invertebrates-Lec

    A survey of structure, classification, ecology, evolution, and physiology of the major groups of invertebrate animals. (Field trips are sometimes scheduled outside the regular class period.Prerequisites: Proficiency in Basic Requirement. BIOL 117 and BIOL 119. Offered every spring

  • BIOL 241: Biology of Invertebrates-Lab

    A survey of structure, classification, ecology, evolution, and physiology of the major groups of invertebrate animals. (Field trips are sometimes scheduled outside the regular class period.Prerequisites: Proficiency in Basic Requirement. BIOL 117 and BIOL 119. Offered every spring

  • BIOL 314: Biodiversity-Lab

    This is an intensive, field-based course that looks at a specific region, its biological diversity and the physical and biotic factors that are significant in controlling this diversity. A variety of organisms will be considered with most attention given to organisms that are most readily observed (common plants, vertebrates and insects). Students will learn about specific organisms and understand how their structure, physiology and behavior influence their distribution and thereby the diversity of a region. The course will take advantage of the unique features of a particular region to consider the processes and the physical and biological attributes that contribute to the biodiversity of a region. May be taken once for major credit. Prerequisites: Proficiency in Basic Requirement. BIOL 203, BIOL 222, or permission of the instructor. Offered during summer or during winter/spring break.

  • BIOL 314: Biodiversity-Lec

    This is an intensive, field-based course that looks at a specific region, its biological diversity and the physical and biotic factors that are significant in controlling this diversity. A variety of organisms will be considered with most attention given to organisms that are most readily observed (common plants, vertebrates and insects). Students will learn about specific organisms and understand how their structure, physiology and behavior influence their distribution and thereby the diversity of a region. The course will take advantage of the unique features of a particular region to consider the processes and the physical and biological attributes that contribute to the biodiversity of a region. May be taken once for major credit. Prerequisites: Proficiency in Basic Requirement. BIOL 203, BIOL 222, or permission of the instructor. Offered during summer or during winter/spring break.