Description: Examination of fundamental principles of plant and animal biology including cell biology, genetics, development, diversity, and ecology.
Description: Biology of plants grown for food, fiber, fun, or fuel. Plant life cycles in managed ecosystems, and their role in global carbon and water cycles. Mechanisms plants use to drive and control their growth, propagate, and change to compete with other organisms in their environment.
Description: Growth, development, morphology, and staging of annual and perennial monocot and dicot plants produced for grain, forage and grazing. Evaluation of seed, grain and forage quality for plants of agronomic importance.
Description: Introduction to and practical experience in the production and usage of horticultural plants.