|BIOL3275||Economic Botany (A)||4 ch (3C 3L)|
Considers the range of ways in which plants are used by humans for food, medicine, shelter, etc. Discusses the impact of plants on humans and vice versa, including the possible origins and impacts of agriculture, importance of plants in various cultures, and selection of desirable plant features by humans. Students will research an area of particular interest and present a seminar on it.
Prerequisite: BIOL 2125.