Sierra College Department of Biological Sciences

Biological Sciences 22

Introduction to Botany

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Spring 2007 Semester

Shawna Martinez - Course Code: 71725

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The study of the biology of plants, fungi and selected protists. Includes the structure, function, evolution and ecology of these groups, as well as identification of common and important species. Emphasis on the significance of these species to humanity. Designed for non-science majors. Meets the laboratory science requirement for most general education programs.
Units: 4; Advisory: Completion of English 50, or eligibility for English 11, or equivalent strongly recommended
Transfer: CSU/UC* 

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