Dr. Michael Rotter

Faculty Member

Dr. Michael Rotter

Biography

I am focused on the evolutionary implications of plant/ herbivore interactions on ecosystems. I combine natural history observations with experimental data in order to test ecological theory and the consequences for ecosystem management.

My teaching involves introducing students to practical skills they need to be great biologists, botanists, and scientists. I focus primarily on plants and the value they hold for our societies.

Teaching

BIOL 1610

College Biology I BB, Fall 2021

BIOL 1610

College Biology I BB, Fall 2021

BOT 2050

Field Botany BB, Fall 2021

BOT 3340

Plant Biology, Fall 2021

BOT 489R

Student Research, Fall 2021

BOT 489R

Student Research, Fall 2021

BOT 2100

Flora of Utah BB, Summer 2021

BOT 2100

Flora of Utah BB, Summer 2021

BIOL 489R

Student Research, Summer 2021

BOT 489R

Student Research, Summer 2021

BIOL 1010

General Biology BB, Spring 2021

BOT 4100

Plant Anatomy, Spring 2021

BOT 2400

Plant Kingdom BB, Spring 2021

BOT 2400

Plant Kingdom BB, Spring 2021

BIOL 489R

Student Research, Spring 2021

BOT 489R

Student Research, Spring 2021