Bi 479 Plant Reproductive Biology
Covers the diversity processes and functions of sexual and asexual reproduction of plants. Students will learn about pollination, anatomy, morphology, and physiology of plant reproduction. They will develop an understanding of how biological processes contribute to the ecology and evolution of vegetative growth and flowering. Three hours of lecture and 5 hours of lab per week; there are 2 mandatory field trips.
Successful completion of Bi 330
with a C- or better.