General Information about BIO 362 - Plant Diversity
Instructor: Kenneth M.
- Offered every spring
- Four credits
- Open to upperclass students, particularly
those majoring in biology
- Satisfies the Botanical distribution area
within the biology major
- Course meets each week for two three-hour
- Prerequisites include BIO 121-122 (Principles
of Modern Biology I & II), BIO 225 (Population and Evolution
Biology), and BIO 226 (Cellular and Molecular Biology); or
permission of the instructor.
- General principles pertaining to
- Taxonomy, morphological attributes, ecology,
economic biology, and phylogeny of:
- Photosynthetic protistans (euglenoids,
dinoflagellates, red algae)
- Kingdom Chromista (water molds, diatoms,
- Kingdom Plantae (bryophytes and
- Techniques for plant identification using
technical and non-technical keys.
- Techniques of plant collecting
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This page posted and maintained by Kenneth M.
Klemow, Ph.D., Biology Department,
Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre,
PA 18766. (717) 408-4758,