This course deals with the important plants of the world, their development, and their uses. The course focuses on the flowering plants and the evolutionary/cultural dynamics of angiosperm evolution under human selection. It is taught from a systematic perspective in that recognition of economically important taxa is a primary objective.
BIOL 328 is a 3 credit hour course (2 hours of lecture and 1 hour of lab) requiring Introductory Botany (BIOL 101) or Biology (BIOL 113/114) or approval of the instructor.
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Last updated January 5, 2011 by MDR