BIOL 025. Plant Biology

This course is an exploration of the diverse field of plant biology.
Topics will include growth and development, reproduction, genetics and genome biology, evolution and diversity, physiology, responses to pathogens and environmental stimuli, domestication, agriculture, and applications of plant genetic modification. Laboratories will introduce organismal, cellular, molecular, and genetic approaches to understanding plant biology.
Prerequisite: BIOL 001  and BIOL 002 .
Natural sciences and engineering practicum.
One laboratory period per week.
1 credit.
Eligible for ENVS
Spring 2024. Kaplinsky.
Spring 2025 Kaplinsky.
Catalog chapter: Biology  
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