RBF1310 - Biology 1
RBF1320 - Biology 2
Or equivalents to be determined by Unit coordinator.
|1.||Distinguish and identify key morphological features and life history characteristics of plants;|
|2.||Distinguish and differentiate between major families, genera and species of Australian plants with professional skill and judgement using high-level identification guides;|
|3.||Devise tools for collecting and preserving plant specimens with creativity and initiative; and|
|4.||Articulate clearly, diagrammatically and in writing, complex information on the morphology, life cycles and relationships of various plant families and report on their evolutionary history.|
|Laboratory Work||Lab reports||30%|
|Portfolio||Herbarium and portfolio||30%|
Biology: An Australian Focus 5th ed.
Knox, B., Ladiges, P., Evans, B., & Saint, R. (2010)
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