AG150 Applied Plant Biology 3 credits
An introduction to plant science that examines agriculture, landscaping, and other significant uses of plants. Emphasizes structure, growth, physiology and reproduction of plants and their responses to changes in the environment. This course applies the principles of plant science to agricultural systems. Topics covered are plant taxonomy, plant reproduction and breeding, the role of soil and water, and the of use scientific literature for applied plant and crop issues.
This course may be taken 1 time for credit.