BIO 230 - Plant Anatomy and Morphology

Study of the external morphology of plants and their internal structures, including cells, tissues, and organs. Each feature is studied within an evolutionary context focusing on developmental and functional aspects, relating how the features arose and their possible functions. The lab consists of experience with the use of microscopes, the sectioning and staining of plant materials, and the observation of plant structures. Lecture, 3 hours, laboratory, 3 hours.

Prerequisite(s): 'C' or better in BIO 103.

4 credit(s).

Last Term Offered: Spring 2017