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BIO-207 Plant Propagation

Learn an introduction to the principles and practices used in the propagation of native and cultivated plants. Study how the techniques of seed propagation, cuttings, grafting, separation, division and micropropagation are used to produce plants for home use and commercial applications. Learn how plants are improved through plant breeding and genetic modification. Lab fee $30. Prerequisite: BIO 103 or BIO 113 or permission of department chair; eligibility for ENG 101/ENG 101A and either eligibility for any general education math or a score of 27 or better on the Arithmetic Placement Test, or a "B" or better in MAT 005.

Term: Spring 2024

Course Type: Credit - 3 Credits

Section: 001 (Closed)

Ways to take the class: Face-to-face

Days: TTH

Time: 11:00AM to 12:45PM

Start Date: 01/23/2024

End Date: 05/19/2024

Location: Arnold Campus

Room: HLSB 103 Building:
Health and Life Sciences

Instructor: Varies (Subject to change)

Class Size: 24

Section Info: Note: This section is participating in the Direct Digital Access program. A course materials fee of $37.00 plus tax will be charged to your student account when you register. Your course materials will be accessible in Canvas on or before the first day of class. For more information, visit