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BIOLOGY BI102 PLANT BIOLOGY

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    Feb 06, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    I recommend this course because there is a lot about plants that we don't know of and just realizing how important they are to us and comparing that to us humans on what we are doing just carelessly removing them defeats the soul reason of surviving.

    Course highlights:

    This course is totally based on the plant kingdom and other photosynthesizing organisms. Because of it's abundance and importance I've learned about the major events that happens in plants evolution. In regards to angiosperm, I've studied it's structural, reproductive and physiological adaptations. But most importantly the importance of plants to the biosphere and to humans. Plants are our only hope in this toxic world.

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    6-8 hours

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    Tutorial Participation - (13hrs) Thirteen one hour tutorials Tutorial Preparation - (26hrs) Two hours to be spent every week to complete the tutorial exercises Lecture Participation - (28hrs) Two lectures per week Self-learning - (14hrs) One hour of self-learning and research Laboratory Participation - (24hrs) Three hour lab sessions/week Laboratory preparation - (24hrs) 3 hours of reading, doing pre-labs and report writing Test Participation - (2hrs) Two 60 minute test Test Prep. - (16hrs) 8 hours to be spent preparing for each test Field Trip - (4hrs) A four hour field trip session. Field trip report - (10hrs) 10 hours for doing data analysis, research and writing up. Moodle participation - (28hrs) Two hours every week to take part in online discussions, quiz, viewing relevant videos etc. on Moodle

    • Winter 2017
    • Reema Prakash
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