BIOL3500-BF.Plant Adaptation and Diversity.Sp14.Farris,Michael
Plant Adaptation and Diversity
Academic Term and Year
Hamline Plan Letter
Area of Study
Goals: To learn the concepts of classification; to learn representative species of the seed plants, with emphasis on those found in this area; to examine examples of ways in which plants show responses to selection that are integrated across molecular, physiological, morphological, and ecological levels. Content: Fundamentals of systematics and classification; characteristics and human uses of representative plant families; case studies of plant adaptations to different environments (such as bogs and deserts); field identification of woody and herbaceous plants common in Minnesota. Taught: Alternate years, spring term. Prerequisites: BIOL 1800 and 1820.
Farris, Michael, "BIOL3500-BF.Plant Adaptation and Diversity.Sp14.Farris,Michael" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 2568.