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120.302 Plant Development (15 credits)
Diverse patterns of plant development that were initially described from cytological and morphological perspectives are beginning to be understood at a mechanistic level through the use of molecular and genetic techniques. This course provides an introduction to classic literature pertaining to different aspects of plant development and integrates it with more recent molecular genetic studies. The role of plant hormones and other signalling molecules in plant developed is also covered.
120.101 and any two courses from 1202xx, 1222xx, 1622xx and 2032xx
General Prerequisite: At least 45 credits from 200 level.
- Students are recommended to take 120.217 before 120.302.
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