Field Botany (Biol 311)

Great Lakes Campus - Summer Session I

Course Description

Field and lab identification, systematics, natural history, and ecology of vascular plants as components of natural communities. Ecological features, including stratification, history, plant zonation, adaptation, and animal interactions are examined. Relationships of plant families and higher groups are covered. Project and/or plant collection required. Prerequisite: one year of general biology or one semester of botany. Field.

Professor: Dr. Ken Sytsma
Meets: Tuesday & Thursday

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Field Experiences

  • Au Sable Campus
  • Antrim Creek Nature Preserve
  • Cheboygan State Park
  • Maple Bay Natural Area
  • Jordan River
  • Bear Lake Bog
  • Twin Lake Road


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