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Course Instructor and Lab Coordinator: Kenneth M. Klemow, Ph.D.

It is time for your fourth bonus opportunity.  As noted in lecture, the Arthropods represent the most diverse phylum of all the animals.  For this bonus, I am asking you to pick an arthropod species (except for the spotted lanternfly that was the subject of a previous bonus) and write about it.  What are its features? Where does it live?  What role does it serve in nature?  How is it important to people?  If you think you know, email the answer to me at Kenneth.klemow@wilkes.edu.  Deadline will be 9:00 A.M., Saturday, 23 March.  Good answers will receive two bonus points.  Very good answers will receive three.  Thoughtful, well-researched (i.e., containing information from multiple websites) answers that really impress me will receive four.  PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR ANSWER IS IN YOUR OWN WORDS.  Please give the URLs of all references, and include your name both in the subject line of the email, and in the body of the answer itself.  Include your answer in the body of the email - no attachments.  All replies received before 11:59 P.M., Saturday, 16 March will receive an extra bonus point.


(last updated 3:00 P.M., 20 March 2019)

1.  Your second lab quiz will be held on Tuesday, 26 March.  Labs 5-8 will be tested.  A page providing information about the quiz is posted here.

2.  Deb Chapman will not host a review this week.  Instead my review session for the quiz will be on Sunday, 24 March at 2:00 P.M. in SLC 101.

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