Paulus, KR, and JM Marshall. forthcoming. Competitive interactions between two non-native species (Alliaria petiolata [M. Bieb.] Cavara & Grande and Hesperis matronalis L.) and a native species (Ageratina altissima [L.] R.M. King & H. Rob.). Plants xx, xxx.
Warrix, AR, TM Aby, B Yankowiak, and JM Marshall. forthcoming. Plant community recovery and change following soil transfer of a forb-dominated meadow. Ecological Restoration 40, 10-15.
Hale, CE, MA Jordan, G Iriarte, K Broders, AJ Storer, VJ Nalam, and JM Marshall. 2021. Genome-wide SNP identification in Fraxinus linking genetic characteristics to tolerance of Agrilus planipennis. Ecology and Evolution 11, 14775-14788. (article)
Myers, AL, and JM Marshall. 2021. Influence of forest fragment composition and structure on ground-dwelling arthropod communities. American Midland Naturalist 186, 76-94. (article)
Jordan M. Marshall, PhDAssociate Professor of Biology
Biology Graduate Program Director
Fellow of the Indiana Academy of Science
marshalj /at/ pfw.edu
|BIOL 11900 Principles of Structure and Function||Introduction to the structure and function of biological organisms at the cellular and organismal levels.||Spring|
|BIOL 21700 Intermediate Ecology||Ecological principles of populations, communities, and ecosystems; interaction of biotic and abiotic factors regulating population and community structure.||Fall|
|FNR 22500 Dendrology||Field identification, taxonomy, and ecological characteristics of trees and shrubs in forests and wetlands.||Variable|
|BIOL 50100 Field Botany||Field botany is the study of plants in a landscape context. Major course themes include plant identification; plant community analysis and classification.||Even Fall|
|BIOL 54110 Invasion Biology||The study of species movements, dominance and functional roles within ecosystems, typically in relation to human interventions.||Even Spring|
|BIOL 54210 Biometry||Application of statistical analysis to biological data. Topics include foundations of R syntax and semantics; comparison of frequentist and Bayesian probability.||Odd Fall|
Plant Ecology Lab is affiliated with the Environmental Resources Center, promoting the understanding and conservation of the natural resources of the region, and is a partner of the Indiana Plant Conservation Alliance, working to protect native plants, especially at-risk species, through a variety of conservation activities.