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BIO 3 GENERAL BOTANY LECTURE MANUAL Section 5038 Spring 2010 Instructor- Dr. Jeffery R. Hughey 1
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BIO 3 GENERAL BOTANY LECTURE MANUAL Section 5038, Spring 2010 TABLE OF CONTENTS Course Syllabus ......................................................................................... 03 Introduction to the Course ......................................................................................... 09 Why Study Plants? ......................................................................................... 10 Systematics#1: The Science of Biological Diversity ................................................................... 12 Systematics#2: The Science of Biological Diversity ................................................................... 15 Photosynthetic Prokaryotes ........................................................................................ 17 Fungi ........................................................................................ 20 Kingdom Protista Part 1 ........................................................................................ 23 Kingdom Protista Part 2 ........................................................................................ 26 Bryophytes ........................................................................................ 29 Seedless Vascular Plants ......................................................................................... 33 Gymnosperms ......................................................................................... 38 Introduction to the Angiosperms ......................................................................................... 41 Evolution of Angiosperms ........................................................................................ 43 Early Development of the Plant Body ......................................................................................... 45 Cells and Tissues of the Plant Body ......................................................................................... 47 The Root: Structure and Development ........................................................................................ 49 The Shoot: Primary Structure and Development ....................................................................... 51 Secondary Growth in Stems ......................................................................................... 53 Ecology ......................................................................................... 55 Regulating Growth and Development ........................................................................................ 57 External Factors and Plant Growth ......................................................................................... 59 Plant Nutrition and Soils ......................................................................................... 60 Genetics and Heredity ......................................................................................... 62 2
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General Botany- Biology 3 Lecture and Laboratory Schedule- Section 5038 Dr. Jeffery R. Hughey Spring 2010, Hartnell College Lecture- 1:00-2:15 PM, MER 1 Laboratory- 2:30-5:40 PM, MER 6 _____________________________________________________________________________ _ Date Lecture and Lab Topics Reading January 26 Introduction to the course Chapter 1 Introduction to the Lab, Scientific Method Topic 2 January 29 Why Study Plants? Chapter 21 Dissecting and Compound Microscopes Topic 1 February 2 Systematics: The Science of Biological Diversity Chapter 12 Herbarium and Dichotomous Keys Handout February 5 Systematics: The Science of Biological Diversity Chapter 12 Phylogeny exercise Handout February 9 Prokaryotes: the Cyanobacteria Chapter 13 Cyanobacteria Topic 11 February 12 Lincoln’s Day Observed, College Closed --- February 16 Fungi Chapter 14 Fungi Topic 12 February 19 Field trip to Pacific Grove to collect Mushrooms and Lichens February 23 Heterotrophic Protista Chapter 15 Protista I Topics 13, 14 February 26 Field trip to Carmel to collect Marine Algae: Low tide at 2:55 PM, -0.96 March 2 Photosynthetic Protista Chapter 15 Protista II Topics 13, 14 March 5 Bryophytes Chapter 16 Bryophytes Topic 15 March 9 FIRST EXAMINATION March 12 Seedless Vascular Plants Chapter 17 Seedless Vascular Plants Topic 16 3
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March 16 Seedless Vascular Plants Chapter 17 Seedless Vascular Plants Topic 16 March 19 Gymnosperms Chapter 18 Campus walk and Seed Plants: The Gymnosperms Topic 17 March 23 Gymnosperms Chapter 18 Seed Plants: The Gymnosperms Topic 17 March 26 Introduction to the Angiosperms Chapter 19 Campus walk and Seed Plants: The Angiosperms Topic 18 March 29-April 2 Spring Recess, College Closed --- April 6 Introduction and Evolution of the Angiosperms Chapters 19, 20 Seed Plants: The Angiosperms and Fruits Topics 18, 19 April 9 Early Development of Angiosperms Chapter 22 Early Development of Angiosperms Topic 20 RESEARCH PROPOSALS DUE April 13 Cells and Tissues of Angiosperms Chapter 23 Cells and Tissues of the Plant Body Topic 21 April 16 SECOND EXAMINATION April 20 Angiosperm Roots Chapter 24 The Root Topic 22 April 23 Angiosperm Shoots Chapter 25 Primary Structure of the Stem and Leaf Topics 23, 24 April 27 Field trip to CSUMB Department of Biology --- April 30 Secondary Growth in Stems Chapter 26
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