An Introduction to the Flora of Central Texas
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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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|Spring 2004 Plant Pics & Field Trip Packets|
|Instructor||Mark W. Bierner||Attendance Policy|
|Office||408 Biolabs||Lecture Syllabus|
|Office Hours||Monday/Wednesday 1-3||Lab Syllabus|
|Phone||232-6123||Required Texts, Grading, and Drop Dates|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Archive of Central Texas Plant Images|
|Botany & Wildflower Links|
|Teaching Assistants||Joanne Birch||Mike Moore|
|Office||BIO 404D||BIO 404C|
|Office Hours||By Appointment||By Appointment|
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. BIO 406D may not be counted toward a degree in biology.
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This site was designed and constructed by Donna Choate, in the Spring of 1999.
Site last modified or updated on 8 Apr 2004 by Mike Moore.
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