Plant Biology (PBIO)

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Course numbers with the # symbol included (e.g. #400) have not been taught in the last 3 years.

PBIO 899 - Master's Thesis

Credits: 1-10

May be repeated up to a maximum of 10 credits. Cr/F.

PBIO 985 - Advanced Topics

Credits: 1-6

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

Credits: 1-6

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

Credits: 1

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

Credits: 0

Cr/F.