Plant Physiology (BIOL 353)
A study of the basic structure, function, and physiology of vascular plants. Topics include plant anatomy and cell biology, water relations (including water uptake, xylem transport, and transpiration), nutritional requirements, an in-depth look at photosynthesis, a review of other plant biochemistry, and a study of development and environmental responses, focusing on the detection of stimuli and hormonal and other messengers. Designed for students in baccalaureate programs in science education and biology. This course meets General Education requirements: Scientific Understanding, Lab. Pre-Requisites: BIOL 122 with a grade of C- or better. Typically Offered Fall, Spring Odd Years
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