IB 479: Plant Growth and Development

Course Details

Description: Plant growth and development is a complex and highly regulated process that occurs over various spatiotemporal scales. This advanced interdisciplinary course integrates genetic, molecular, cellular, biochemical, anatomical, and physiological information in order to explore the life of a plant from its embryonic origins to its final death. The format of the course includes lectures and both small- and large-group discussions, and requires weekly reading from the textbook and selected primary literature articles. Prerequisite: IB 103; CPSC 352 or IB 204, or equivalent.
Cross List: CPSC 486
IB Area(s):AA
Course Offered in Semester(s): Fall
Course Schedule: U of I Course Explorer Schedule
Syllabus: PDF of Course Syllabus