BIO310 - Plant Diversity and Evolution (4 cr.)

An exploration of the diversity of plant life on Earth. All major higher plant groups are covered, but the primary focus is on the families of flowering plants. Students will learn to recognize the characteristics of the major families while learning about their distributions, natural history, evolutionary relationships, and ethnobotanical uses. Late-semester field trips will focus on local representatives of families covered in class. Liberal Arts. (Every other Spring Semester). Prerequisites: POI or junior standing, BIO205 and BIO208.

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