A solid understanding of plants

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Plants are the basis of an ecosystem. A solid understanding of plants serves biologists and naturalists of all types, especially as plants provide food and habitat for wildlife. 

The botany minor has a core of four courses that comprise structure, function, identification, and environmental context of plants. A fifth course is a choice, allowing students to cast their minor in a more applied or basic mode according to individual goals. 

Required Coursework:

BI 2001 Population and Community Ecology Lab
BI 2003 Population and Community Ecology
BI 2053 Systematic Botany
BI 3214 Biology of Plants
FY 2043 Dendrology

Two of the following courses:

BI 3053 Marine Biology
BI 3063 Agroecology 
BI 3323 Conservation Biology 
BI 3423 Evolution
BI 4243 Genetics & Molecular Biology 
BI 4423 Ecosystem Ecology 
FY 3213 Forest Silviculture and Management 
SA 3363 Soil Fertility 

 

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