BIOL 112 Botany
An introduction to botany with emphasis on major biological principles as they relate to the plant kingdom.
Plant anatomy, morphology, classification, physiology, genetics, and evolution are examined in the
context of ecological adaptation. Emphasis will be placed on the plants useful to humans and the native and
exotic flora of Kentuckiana. Laboratories will include work in the campus greenhouse, as well as walking
tours of the campus grounds and neighboring Beargrass Creek Nature Preserve. Non-science majors are
encouraged to take this course. Two hours lecture, two hours laboratory.
- BIOL 112, 3 hour(s)