Evaluation of the impact of plants on the aesthetic, cultural, social, medical, and religious lives of peoples of the world. Botany and Biological Science majors will not receive credit for PBIO 006 as part of program distribution requirements.
Cathy Paris ()
Dates: June 16 - July 11, 2014;
Clicking on the link above will take you to the syllabus from last summer's offering of the course. While some things have changed (dates and meeting times, for example), much will remain the same between last year and this one.
Students attend lecture, read the textbook and answer daily pre-lecture questions on the reading, take daily quizzes online or in class, carry out an independent project, participate in two class field trips, and take three hourly exams and a cumulative final.
See syllabus, link above.
Course runs from to
James M Jeffords Hall 110 (View Campus Map)
to on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
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