|Diana's Pool (Aquatic Plant Biology field trip)||East Twin Lake (Aquatic Plant Biology field trip)||Colin Young finds Bidens cernua growing out of a tennis ball!||Connecticut Master Gardeners attend a CONN herbarium workshop|
Wolf Rock (Systematic Botany
|Primary Courses Taught|
|EEB 3204/5205: Aquatic Plant Biology (Undergraduate/Graduate)|
First semester, alternate years. Four credits. Two lectures and two 3-hour field trip/laboratory periods.
Prerequisite: BIOL 1108 or BIOL 1110, or instructor consent.
Field and laboratory-oriented study of the anatomy, morphology, ecology,
physiology, systematics and evolution of vascular aquatic and wetland plants.
|EEB 3271/5271 Systematic Botany (Undergraduate/Graduate)|
Second semester, alternate years. Four credits. Two class periods and two 2-hour laboratory periods.
Prerequisite: BIOL 1108 or BIOL 1110.
Classification, identification, economic importance, evolution and nomenclature of flowering plants.
Laboratory compares vegetative and reproductive characters of major families.
|BIOL 1108: Principles Of Biology II (Undergraduate)|
|Either semester. May be
taken in either order with BIOL 1107. Four credits. Three
class periods and one 3-hour laboratory period.
Students may not receive more than 12 credits for courses in biology at the 1000's level.
A course designed to provide a foundation for more advanced courses in Biology and related sciences.
Topics covered include ecology, evolution, genetics, and plant biology.
A fee of $10 is charged for this course. CA 3-LAB.
|EEB 5895 (Fall,
Sequencing Applications in Ecology &