BIO 342 Field Botany

Prerequisites: BIO 114; OR permission of instructor; a junior- or senior-level course

Offered: Typically Spring Term (next offered term to be determined)

Identification, classification, ecological, and economic uses of the local and regional native and naturalized flora. The focus will be spring Magnoliophytes and selected Pteridophytes and Pinophytes in eastern Kentucky. Nine hours of class, laboratory, and field work each week. NOTE: BIO386: Plant Ecology, which covers similar topic areas, is currently being offered as an alternative. Next offered Spring Term 2013. 1 Course Credit


1 Course Credit