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An Introduction to the Flora of Central Texas
This course is designed to be an introduction to the flora of central Texas; it involves plant identification, plant distribution, and consideration of edible and useful wild plants. There are 2 lecture hours and 4 laboratory hours (including field trips) per week for the academic year semesters. In the lecture portion, students will learn about the factors that influence plant distributions, ethnobotany (people and plants) and species interactions. One hour of the two hour lecture session will focus on learning the identification and uses of some of the common plant families in Central Texas. In the lab session, students will learn field identification of plants in our area while visiting some of the most beautiful natural areas in Central Texas. BIO 406D may not be counted toward a degree in biology.
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|Spring 2006 Plant Pics & Field Trip Packets|
|Office||BIO 408||Lecture Syllabus|
|Office Hours||Lab Syllabus|
|Phone||232-6123||Required Texts, Grading, and Drop Dates|
|email@example.com||Archive of Central Texas Plant Images|
|Botany & Wildflower Links|
|Teaching Assistants||Roxi Steele|
|Office Hours||Tuesdays 8-9am or by appointment|
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For more information about Texas vegetation, a good source is the Texas Parks and Wildlife web pages. There are pictures of local woody species at TexNat, a Texas A & M web site. Click here for pictures of Texas wildflowers.
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Site last modified or updated on January 20 2006 by Katie Hansen
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