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Introduction - 1 Biology 213 completes the Bellevue Community College introduction to Biology sequence. Much of the emphasis of Biology 213 is on the plant kingdom – the structure, function and diversity of plants. Biology 213 allows us to explore the somewhat hidden knowledge that plants are wonderful organisms, and extraordinarily clever! Sometimes studying plants takes more time – because we start with less. We’re not plants so we have no life experience to contribute to the study of plants as we do with animal biology and few students have had previous educational opportunities to study who and what plants are. Biology 213, in general, is divided into three units: 1. The Structure and Function of Plant Systems, focusing on flowering plants, often called the angiosperms, in the phylum, Anthophyta. Topics included: Reproduction and development Tissues and organ systems Transport Nutrition Regulation (hormonal and environmental controls) 2. Diversity of Organisms
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