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"Woody Plants: Biology and
is an undergraduate and graduate course offered
during fall term at the University of Michigan.
The course is listed as NRE
337/437 in the
School of Natural Resources and Environment,
and is cross-listed as Biology 355 in the Department of Biology.
We have former students all around the world!!!
|The Storied History of Woody Plants:||Learn how it all began over 30 years ago,only a twinkle in the eyes of two young and charming professors.|
|Woody Plants Philosophy:||How and why we teach it the way we do; (read, the Method to the Madness).|
|A Student's Perspective of Woody Plants:||Read an article titled, "Into the swamps with Woody Plants" by a former Woody Plants student to get a first hand account of what the course is all about.|
Course Details, Fall Term 2000
|Lecture Schedule:||Lecture syllabus and general lecture outlines.|
|Exam Material:||Check out last year's exams as a study guide|
|Labs and Lab Schedule:||Class lists, weekly lab announcements, plant lists and weather forecasts.|
|Staff:||Professors, instructors and collectors. Check for office hours and e-mail links.|
|Strange Happenings:||Unique events scheduled throughout the term.|
|The Woody Plants Study Lab:||Strategies, announcements, methods and office hours.|
|Grading Schemes||Our method of grading, both at the end of the term and throughout.|
|Reading Lists:||Books on reserve and recommended readings to supplement lectures.|
|Related Courses:||Recommended if you have an interest in plants or plant ecology, or just field courses.|
|US Forest Service|
|Michigan Department of Natural Resources|
|US Fish and Wildlife Service|
|National Park Service|
|The Nature Conservancy|
|University of Michigan Nichols Arboretum|
|US Department of Agriculture Plant Database|
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