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Bio 3465 PLANT PHYSIOLOGY - Fall 2011 M, W 2:00 PM 3.20 PM Supple 257 Instructor: Dr. Nihal Dharmasiri Office: SUPP 320; Office Hours: T, Th 1:00-2:00 pm or by appt. Office Phone: 245-4911 Email: [email protected]
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Bio 3465 Plant Physiology - Laboratory (Fall 2011) T, Th 2:00 pm 4.50 pm & Th 8.00 am 10.50 am Supple 227 Instructional Assistants: Nirmala Karunarathna T; 2:00 4.50 pm Thilanka Jayaweera Th; 8:00 - 10.50 am Praveen Kumar - Th; 2.00 - 4.50 pm Contact: Phone: 245-3350 Email: Nirmala - [email protected] Thilanka - [email protected] Praveen - [email protected]
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Bio 3465 - Plant Physiology - Study of the way plants work. (physical, biochemical and developmental mechanisms involved in plant functions). - Functions are closely associated with the structures. - Though plants vary in their form and size, they share similar physiological mechanisms.
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Course organization - Plant growth and development - Biochemistry of Photosynthesis, Respiration & Nutrient Assimilation - Mechanics/physical properties of plant water relation; Water/solute transport; Mineral nutrition
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