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. Liberal Arts Prerequisite(s): graduate standing or POI. Semester(s) Offered: Every Other Spring.

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