Taxonomy of Flowering Plants
Botany 301

Please come by and pick up your things!  Graded plant collections, field logs,  practicals, key quizzes, lecture exams, and any other papers we have are available  in room 004.  If we have to move them, they will be in room 002. 
See Monique. Note: unless other arrangements are made, we keep the plants. 

If you still owe us a plant press, please return it NOW.

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Last updated: 2 May 2007