BIOL 362 - Economic Botany


Credits: 4

This course is a study of human interactions with plants particularly those of economic importance.  The cultural and global significance of specific plants used for food, beverage, medicine/health, and other things will be considered.  How humans manipulate plants (breeding, propagation) and an overview of agriculture will be explored.

USI Core 39: Embedded Experience-Global; Embedded Experience-Writing.

Prerequisite(s): BIOL 151 , either CHEM 241  or CHEM 353  (may be taken concurrently) and ENG 201  

Lecture-Lab (ex: 3-1 means 3 hrs lecture and 1 hr lab): 3-3
Term(s) Offered: Fall (odd-numbered years)


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