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    Jun 16, 2024  
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BIO-1010L - Botany Lab* (S) (1)


Co-requisite: BIO-1010   

Both structured and experimental lab work covers bacteria through flowering plants. Students study the resistance of bacteria to antibiotics, the kinds of algae in different water sources, the kinds of plants from various environments, and plant genetics. A plant collection may be required.  Credit for this course may be earned through Advanced Placement Examination.  For students in the Arts and Sciences: Biological Sciences program, credit may not be earned for both BIO 1010L and BIO 1070L.  This course satisfies the General Education Biological Science requirement.

List Course Outcomes (consistent for all sections)
CO1 - Describe cell structure and biochemistry particularly as they relate to plants.

CO2 - Recognized the basic laws of inheritance and the principles of evolution as they apply to plants.

CO3 - Explain the variety of ecological roles plants play in the environment.

CO4 - Employ taxonomy to understand plant diversity.

CO5 - Describe energy flow in the environment and the role of photosynthesis in the ecosystem.

CO6 - Relate biological concepts to contemporary issues.










































Course Fee: $60







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