This course is an introduction to plant identification with emphasis on plants native to Eastern Washington. It is intended for either science or non-science majors in fulfillment of the general education lab science requirements. Topics will include: techniques of collection, preservation, mounting, and flora identification through use of plant identification keys. This course will provide an introduction to basic botany principles related to the structure and function of a typical flowering plant. Formerly BIO 221. Prerequisite: BIOL& 100 or 211, or AGPR 113, 114 or AGRI 215. Recommended: READ 088 or higher.