Diversity origins and history of plant uses concentrating on economically

Diversity origins and history of plant uses

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Diversity, origins, and history of plant uses, concentrating on economically important plants of the world. 212 PRINCIPLES OF BOTANY 4 BSC 196 and 197 req. Lecture, lab and field trips. Materials charge optional. An integrative approach to understanding plants, including their physiology, structure, development, genetics, evolution and ecology. 219 GENETICS 3 F,S, Summer BSC 196 and 197 req. Mechanisms of heredity and genetic variation, including gene structure and function, transmission genetics, mutation, and genetic analysis. 220 LABORATORY IN MOLECULAR GENETICS AND CELL BIOLOGY 2 F,S BSC 203 req. BSC 219 or HSC 260 or conc reg req. Lecture and lab. Materials charge optional. Use of current molecular biology techniques to investigate fundamental principles of heredity and cell biology. 222 PLANT DIVERSITY 4 BSC 196 and 197 req. Lecture and lab. History and diversity of plant form and reproduction; sur- vey of fossil and extant members of the plant kingdom. 223 ECOLOGY AND IDENTIFICATION OF PLANTS 4 BSC 196 and 197 req. Lecture and lab. Ecology, phylogeny, and taxonomy of vascular plants. 163 C A S Biological Sciences
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231 LABORATORY METHODS IN TEACHING SCIENCE 1 S BSC or CHE 161 req. Teacher Ed Maj only. Formerly 189.13. Introduction to laboratory-based teaching skills in science, intended to prepare students for inquiry-based high school teaching activities. 253 DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY 4 BSC 203; CHE 220, or 230 and 231 req. Lecture and lab. Materials charge optional. Embryogenesis and the cellular/biochemical mechanisms that control development. 260 MICROBIOLOGY 4 F,S Organic chemistry or conc reg and BSC 196 and 197 req. Lecture and lab. Materials charge optional. Uniqueness, diversity, ecology, molecular biology, and prac- tical applications of microorganisms. 283 ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY 4 S BSC 196 and 197 req; BSC 203 req. Lecture and lab. Materials charge optional. The physical and chemical basis of system physiology with reference to invertebrates and vertebrates. 286 ANIMAL BEHAVIOR 4 BSC 196 and 197 req. BSC 201 or conc reg req. Lec- ture, lab and field trips. Offered every third semester. Adaptive significance of behavior and the proximate mechanisms underlying its expression. Emphasis is placed on an understanding of animal behavior within an evolutionary context. 290 RESEARCH IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 1-3 F,S,Summer Project proposals must be approved by a supervising faculty member and undergrad advisor prior to reg. Students are expected to work (on average) a min of 3 hr per week for each hr of cr. May be repeated; max of 4 hrs from BSC 287, 298.01, 290, 299, or 398 may be counted toward maj req. Field and/or laboratory research in one of the biological sci- ences involving a participation in the scientific process with faculty and graduate students. 292 INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY 4 S BSC 196 and 197 req. Lecture and lab. Materials charge optional.
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