Taxonomy of Flowering Plants
Botany 301

If you took one of our big "black key" books accidentally or on purpose, please return it to the lab. 

Well, the semester's nearly over.  Your last lecture exam is available from Monique in room 009.  You should now have all your grades and be able to figure out what you need to make on the final to get the grade you want. 

Don't forget our Wednesday lunchtime review sessions.  Monique is around a lot these days if you need to review anything.


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