Homepage for BIO 366 - Field
Instructor: Kenneth M. Klemow, Ph.D.
- Offered summer of even-numbered years
- Three credits
- Open to upperclass students, particularly those majoring in
Biology and GeoEnvironmental science
- Satisfies the Botanical distribution area within the Biology
- Course meets for five weeks; each week for three two-hour
lectures and three three-hour labs.
- Prerequisites include BIO 121-122 (Principles of Modern Biology I
& II); or permission of the instructor.
- Vegetative and floral phytography (morphological features)
- Survey of vascular plants (seedless vascular plants, gymnosperms,
- Techniques for identification of vascular plants, including
composites, sedges, and grasses.
- Techniques for collecting and preserving plant communities
- Attributes of plant communities
- Issues in field botany (biodiversity conservation, rare species)
- Techniques for sampling plant communities
- Essentials of wetland delineation
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Klemow, Ph.D., Biology Department,
Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre,
PA 18766. (570) 408-4758,