BI 321 Systematic Field Botany
Designed to give practical experience in the identification of common plant families and species of the Willamette Valley. Includes the learning of major characteristics of plant families from a phylogenetic perspective and the use of tools for plant identification. Field collections that emphasize careful observation and records of ecological relations as plants are collected and field trips to selected sites are required.
Three lectures plus one three-hour laboratory period.
Prerequisite: BI 101 or BI 212 recommended
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