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Botany Courses: BTNY 21100

Course Number

BTNY 21100

Description

Plants are essential to environmental and human health, and the issues related to these interactions have received much public attention. This course provides the scientific basis for issue-related topics such as the impact of plants on biodiversity; how plants affect and are affected by global climate changes and pollution; the role of plants as invasive species; ways in which plants can help solve environmental problems; and the consequences of human manipulation of plants (e.g. genetic engineering, bioremediation) on plant communities and ecosystems.

Credit(s)

3

Offered

Spring Semester

Year

2015

Instructor(s)

TBD

Course Name

Plants and the Environment

Category

 

Attachments

Created at 12/3/2008 10:10 AM by Mitchell, John (Bob)
Last modified at 9/12/2013 1:20 PM by Mow, Pamela S.