BIO545 - Graduate Field Botany (3 cr.)

Outdoor field experience in botanical science to complement lab-and-lecture-based graduate-level coursework in organismal biology. Weekly excursions to local natural areas include on-site lessons on the identification and taxonomy of the North Country flora. Key concepts covered include plant/animal coadaptations, plant community dynamics, and the interactions between native and exotic species. Students who have received credit for BIO345 may not receive credit for BIO545. (Every other Spring). Liberal arts. Prerequisite: graduate standing or POI.

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