This course emphasizes morphology, evolution and identification of all major groups of extant seed plants. Both traditional and genomic approaches are emphasized. Laboratory teaching focuses on the flora of the Pacific Northwest.
Pre-reqs: BIOL 121.
This course deals with the concepts, principles, applications, and recent discoveries in genome structure, genetics, and comparative genomics in plants with a focus on economically important plants.
Pre-reqs: BIOL 335.
Note: this course is no longer offered (a similar course is now taught by Professor Xin Li)