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Unformatted text preview: Are You Interested in Taking a Biology Field Course For Credit? Field Course Information Session Thursday January 8 th , 5:30 -6:00 pm Biology 2 Rm 350 For additional information, please copy the following link into your browser and visit the Department of Biology Field Course Webpage: http://www.science.uwaterloo.ca/departments/biology/undergraduate/field_courses.html Plant Anatomy and Morphogenesis BIOL321 Dr. Susan J. Lolle Postings for course: UW-ACE E-mail: slolle@uwaterloo.ca Office: B2 352A Extension: 36441 Lecture Outline 1. Lecture format 2. Laboratories 3. Grading 4. Policy for missed exams 5. Conceptual framework for this course BIOL321 course information Important Information Text Mechanisms in Plant Development, Ottoline Leyser and Stephen Day. 2003. Blackwell Publishing. Required course material Lab notebook (any bound notebook), lab dissecting kit, lab coat Laboratory Manual: Will be posted Important Information Lecture Format 1. Topics are listed in the course schedule 2. Lecture notes will be posted on UW-ACE 3. Details will be covered in lectures 4. Materials covered in the labs will be covered in the lectures (but not necessarily in order) Course Outline Date Lecture Topic(s) Laboratory January 1 5 2 7 3 12 13 Laboratory #1 Anatomy of a Flowering Plant 4 14 5 19 20 Laboratory #2 Development and Sexual Reproduction in Ferns 6 21 7 26 27 Laboratory #3 Organogenesis in Culture 8 28 February 2 Mid-term Examination 1 3 Laboratory #3 Organogenesis in Culture continued 9 4 10 9 10 Laboratory #3 Organogenesis in Culture continued 11 11 I. Axis formation 16-20 Reading Week 12 23 II. Axis formation 24 Laboratory #3 Organogenesis in Culture continued 13 25 March 14 2 3 Laboratory #3 Organogenesis in Culture continued 15 4 Lateral Organ Development 9 Mid-term Examination 2 10 Laboratory #3 Organogenesis in Culture continued 16 11 Pollination 17 16 Floral Development 17 Laboratory #4 In vitro growth and targeting of pollen 18 18 19 23 24 Laboratory #5 Genetics of Floral Development 20 25 21 30 31 Laboratory #6 Embryogenesis April 22 1 The Epigenome: where the intrinsic meets the extrinsic Regulation of Epidermal Function and Patterning Lineage relationships and cell intrinsic information Genetics of Cell Layer Interactions Lateral Organ Development Patterns of Organ Initiation Lineage relationships and cell intrinsic information Introduction and Overview of Flowering Plant Life Cycles, Anatomy and Morphology Guest Lectures by Chris Meyer Course Outline Date Lecture Topic(s) Laboratory January 1 5 2 7 3 12 13 Laboratory #1 Anatomy of a Flowering Plant 4 14 5 19 20 Laboratory #2 Development and Sexual Reproduction in Ferns...
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