A laboratory, field, and lecture
course which studies the following topics: anatomy, morphology, physiology,
development, and spring flora. Three hours of lecture and three hours of
laboratory per week. Prerequisite: BI 190 or permission of the instructor.
Offered in the spring semester. D. Domozych (lecture); S. Van Hook, C. Domozych
(lab). Offered every Spring.
growth, transport processes, and environmental response of plants. Topics
include membrane dynamics and function, plant cell development and polarity,
solute and water transport, mineral and vitamin nutrition, respiration
photosynthesis, hormone action, photoperiodism, taxes, and stress biology.
Two hours of lecture, four hours of laboratory per week. Prerequisites:
BI 237 and CH 106. D. Domozych.
A modern analysis
of humankind's use of plants and fungi and their derived products. Major
subjects covered include: ethnobotany, plant genetic engineering, plant
biochemistry, techniques of plant production, agricultural practices,
horticulture, and medicinal botany/mycology. Three hours of lecture, three
hours of laboratory per week. Prerequisite: BI 237 or permission of the
instructor. D. Domozych.
180: Economic Botany
An introductory plant biology and
mycology course that provides students with the bases of agriculture,
horticulture, poisonous and medicinal plants and economic mycology. The
lab entails hands-on field, laboratory and greenhouse work. D.Domozych
(lecture); C. Domozych (lab)