Fall 2022 - BISC 366 D100
Plant Physiology (3)
Class Number: 1747
Delivery Method: In Person
The plant's physical environment and the physiological basis (mechanisms and principles) of the interaction between plants and their environment in relation to their survival and ecological distribution.
This course covers the physiological mechanisms and principles underlying the growth, development and survival of plants in their environments, including traits of key importance in plant production. Major topics include plant signalling and developmental programming, water and mineral requirements, and sugar production and transport.
- Participation 10%
- Assignments 10%
- Group Project 20%
- Midterm Exam 25%
- Final Exam 35%
This course does not have an assigned textbook.
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