Plant Biology (PBIO)
Course numbers with the # symbol included (e.g. #400) have not been taught in the last 3 years.
PBIO 899 - Master's Thesis
May be repeated up to a maximum of 10 credits. Cr/F.
Repeat Rule: May be repeated for a maximum of 10 credits.
PBIO 985 - Advanced Topics
Discussions of current topics in selected areas of plant biology. A) Systematic Botany; B) Physiology; C) Pathology; D) Anatomy; E) Morphology; F) Ecology; G) Mycology; H) Phycology; I) Cell Biology; J) Genetics; K) Evolution; L) Plant Utilization; M) Cell Physiology; N) Developmental Plant Biology; O) Cell and Tissue Culture; P) Physiological Ecology; Q) Plant Disease Control; R) Plant Hormones. Prereq: permission.
PBIO 995 - Investigations
Supervised projects in selected areas of plant biology. A) Systematic Botany; B) Physiology; C) Pathology; D) Anatomy; E) Morphology; F) Ecology; G) Phycology; H) Mycology; I) Cell Biology; J) Cell Physiology; K) Microtechnique; L) Cell and Tissue Culture; M) Genetics; N) Crop Management; O) Developmental Plant Biology; P) Scientific Writing; Q) History of Botany; R) Teaching in Plant Biology; S) Plant Growth Research and Modeling. Prereq: permission.
PBIO 997 - Graduate Seminar
Tips and techniques for effective communication in science. Discussions and practice in oral and written communication, including presentations at scientific meetings, seminars, grant proposals, abstracts, dissertations, and research papers. Cr/F.
PBIO 999 - Doctoral Research