Biology (BIOL) - Developmental Plant Physiology

BIOL 3636  Developmental Plant Physiology


BIOL 2337 or permission of the instructor


Three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory work per week for one term.




A lecture, seminar and laboratory course on the relationship between structure and function, and growth and development of higher plants. The basic physiological processes in plant cells including photosynthesis, respiration, nitrogen fixation, gas exchange, transport processes, and metabolism of carbon and nitrogen compounds will be discussed. Plant hormones and their roles in growth, dormancy, photoperiodism and flowering will be emphasized.

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