EEB340H1: Comparative Plant Morphology



The origin of land plants and the subsequent diversification of land plant vegetative and reproductive form and function. Discussions synthesize morphological and anatomical knowledge from living organisms and fossil records with cellular, physiological, and molecular information on the developmental "tool kit" of land plants and their ancestors throughout geological time. Topics address the evolution of vegetative and reproductive meristems; stem, leaf, and root architecture; vascular tissue; the ovule habit; fertilization processes; and pollination biology. (Lab Materials Fee: $26; Lab Manual Fee: $25)

Distribution Requirements
Breadth Requirements
Living Things and Their Environment (4)
Mode of Delivery
In Class