Dr. Donald R. Frohlich teaches general biology I and II, general biology I and II laboratory, developmental biology, invertebrate zoology, evolution, molecular biology, research methods, methods in molecular ecology, junior and senior seminar, bioinformatics colloquium, Catholicism and the natural and social sciences, and honors: revolution and the new empires.
His research areas include molecular genetics and genome evolution in invertebrates, and phylogenetics and population biology of whitefly and endosymbionts using mitochondrial and nuclear molecular markers.
Doctor of Philosophy - Biology - UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY (1989)
Master of Science - Biology - UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY (1983)
Bachelor of Science - Biology & Human Ecology - The College of Idaho (1978)
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