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Introduction to Plant Structure and  Function BIOL120 Dr. Susan J. Lolle UW-ACE e-mail forum B2 352A EXT 36441 © RTW 2007 © RTW 2007
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Lecture Outline 1. Course information 2. Course Goals 3. Why study plants?  4. Plant ancestors: the Algae a) The challenges and innovations b) An overview: being single, colonial or multicellular c) The green algae: closest relatives of plants  
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Important Information Text Introduction to Botany, M.W. Nabors (Note: Web resources are available if you purchase the text) Required course material Laboratory Manual (Bookstore) Dissecting Kit (Bookstore) Notebook (C hem Stores ESC  121) Laboratory C oat(C hem Stores)
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Im portant Inform ation Lecture outlines  will be posted on UW-AC E Problem s with labs? First, talk to your Teaching Assistants Second, contact Dr. Dragana Miskovic  ESC -357E x5330 dm iskovi@ sciborg.uwaterloo.ca
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Im portant Inform ation WHMIS certification is required!!
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Important Information Lecture Format Topics are listed in the course schedule Lecture outlines will be posted on  UW-ACE Details will be covered in the lectures Material covered in the labs will be discussed in the lectures  beforehand
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June 1st July 6th $2 Course Outline May June July Date Lecture Topic(s) Lab # Laboratory May 4(1) Introduction (Chap. 18) 6 (2) Nonvascular Plants (Chap. 20) 11 (3) Seedless Vascular Plants (Chap. 21) 1 Microscopy and Understanding the 3D Plant 13 (4) Seed Plants I (Chap. 22) May 11, 12 and 13th 18 (5) Seed Plants II (Chap. 23) 2 Plant Diversity (set up Expt E for Lab 3)  20 (6) Reproduction (Chap. 6, 22, 23) May 18, 19 and 20th 25 (7) Roots (Chap. 4) 3 Fruit and Flower Diversity 27 (8) Stems and Leaves (Chap. 4) May 25, 26 and 27th June 1st Mid-term Examination 1 4 Roots 3 (9) Plant Tissues (Chap. 3) June 1, 2 and 3rd 8 (10) Plant Epidermis 5 Ground and Vascular Tissues 10 (11) Secondary Growth (Chap. 5) June 8, 9 and 10th 15 (12) Plant Cells and Organelles (Chap. 2) 6 The Plant Epidermis 17 (13) Plant Cell Structure (Chap. 2) June 15, 16 and 17th 22 (14) Transport in Plants I (Chap. 10) 7 Primary and Secondary Growth 24 (15) Transport in Plants II (Chap. 10)  June 22, 23 and 24th 29 (16) Photosynthesis I (Chap. 8) July 6th Mid-term Examination 2 8 (17) Photosynthesis II (Chap. 8)
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This note was uploaded on 12/23/2010 for the course BIOL 120 taught by Professor Chuong during the Spring '09 term at Waterloo.

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