BIOL 257 Plant Ecology and Conservation (1)
A natural history-based, investigative approach to plant ecology and conservation, emphasizing the dynamic interactions of plants in relation to biotic and abiotic environments. Explores the life histories and interrelationships of plant populations within ecological communities. Includes case studies of plant adaptations and interactions within grassland, savanna, and forest habitats. Covers ecological sampling techniques and tree identification. Lecture, discussion, field, and laboratory experiences.
- General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Natural Sciences
- Prerequisite: BIOL 125 or consent of instructor
- Offering: Infrequently; Phasing out
- Instructor: Staff