Master Course Outline
AGPR-113
Plant Anatomy and Morphology
Credits: 5
Clock Hours per Quarter: 60
Lab Hours: 20
Lecture Hours: 40


Description
Provides a practical understanding of plant anatomy, morphology, and growth of agriculture crops.

Intended Learning Outcomes
  • Identify the root, shoot, leaf, and reproductive portions of plants and describe their functions.
  • Differentiate between root, shoot, leaf, and reproductive portions of monocots and dicots.
  • Distinguish between vascular and non-vascular plant forms.
  • Explain and illustrate vascular function in plants.
  • Analyze structure, position, and significance of stomata in plants.
  • Compare seedling germination and emergence in plants and their morphological features.
  • Correctly identify unknown plant species using a dichotomous key.
  • Determine the ecological impacts of plants in agricultural and natural resource settings based on morphological and anatomical characteristics.

Course Topics
  • What is Plant Biology?
  • Plant Cells
  • The Plant Body: Cells, Tissues and Meristems
  • The Root System
  • The Shoot System
  • Leaves
  • Flowers & Fruit


Syllabi Listing
Course
Year Quarter
Item
Instructor Files
AGPR 113
B563
0056
Matthew Williams
AGPR 113
B452
5061
Matthew Williams
AGPR 113
B452
0056
Matthew Williams
AGPR 113
B343
0056
Matthew Williams
AGPR 113
B232
5061
Matthew Williams


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