Taxonomy of Flowering Plants

Biology 301


IF YOU HAVE "BORROWED" ONE OF OUR BLACK KEYS OR THE GREEN TREE & SHRUB BOOK, BRING IT BACK IMMEDIATELY!

Plant collection grades, practical grades, the last lecture exam, and any other graded papers we have will be available in the lab room after lecture on Friday, May 1.  Unless you are going to be using your colletion to teach, we keep the plants.

Course evaluations for lab and lecture can be done online by going to http://pica.tamu.edu and logging in with your net-ID and password.


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Flowering Plants in the News

Exploring the Flora




Research Grants:  The Native Plant Society of Texas awards research grants to undrgraduate and graduate students for research related to Texas native plants and native plant habitats.  For more information, visit their website.

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Last updated:  January 6, 2009--will-meet notice and enabled links for spring 2009--MDR