BIO 305 - Plants And Society with Lab
This course focuses on the uses of flowering plants and their importance in human affairs. The lectures include general background about plant form, function, reproduction, and classification. Uses of plants as sources of fruits, grains, legumes, medicines, herbs and spices, drinks, textile fibers, lumber, poisonous and psychoactive plants, and forages are studied in more detail. The lab component of the course includes experiments designed to reinforce the concepts and processes covered in lectures. Course Information: This course is for non-science majors and fulfills the general education requirement at UIS in the area of Life Science with a Lab.
Laboratory science for non-science majors. Restricted to ONL programs.
Academic Program Restrictions:
MBA:Business Admin -UIS MS:Mgmt Information Sys -UIS MS:Online Mgmt Inf Sys -UIS NDEG: IT Project Mgmt -UIS NDEG:Bus Process Mgmt -UIS NDEG:Business Intelligence NDEG:IT Proj Mgmt Online -UIS NDEG:Online Bus Intelligence NDEG:Online Bus Proc Mgmt -UIS BA:Online English -UIS
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate
Term(s): Fall , Summer