Anth Hwk 3 - Amrita Solanky Megan Styles Anthropology 210...

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Amrita Solanky Megan Styles Anthropology 210 July 24 th 2008 Homework #3 When was the garden built, and what was its original purpose? The garden was built in 1911 (or 87 years prior to when that article was written). Its original purpose was to provide medicinal extracts for the School of Pharmacy. Why did the Garden fall into disrepair after WWII? After WWII most medicines became available in the form of chemically synthesized compounds, and plant extracts became obsolete. Soon after, in the 1970’s, the School of Pharmacy went through budget cuts and the garden quickly atrophied from lack of funding. How large is the garden presently, and about how many species are grown there? The garden is now the largest of its kind in the Western hemisphere, and contains over 600 different species. Which academic department is currently in charge of its upkeep? The upkeep of the garden has now been bequeathed unto the Department of Botany. Choose four of the plants that are of specific interest to you and describe them using the given
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2008 for the course ANTH 210 taught by Professor Chapman during the Summer '08 term at University of Washington.

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