Botany 130 Text: Raven: The Biology of Plants by Evert and Eichhorn 8th edition Lab Manual: Laboratory Topics for General Botany. Available through the Social Sciences copy shop. return to directory
Introduction: General Botany (Botany 130) is a 5-credit hour lab-science course. Lectures meet at 8:50 MWF and are team taught by a pair of professors. The labs meet twice a week and each lab is two hours. The discussion section is linked to the lab section and meets once a week for one hour. This site is here to give you some idea about the course, its content, and organization. Another course page focusing on the lecture is available at Learn @UW.
Organization: The site consists of three parts accessable from the directory.
I. General Course Information - this page.
II. Lecture Information: this includes the lecture schedule. Look to the Learn@UW site for current lecture news/information.
III. Laboratory Information: this includes the lab schedule from last semester, and a comprehensive pictoral review for each topic covered. It will also includes the actual lab topics in "pdf" (Adobe Acrobat) format which may be down-loaded and printed.
Questions about this site should be addressed to Mike Clayton: Rm. 120 Birge Hall, email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Our Teaching Staff: Seven people are dedicated to teaching General Botany - Two professors, the lab coordinator, and four teaching assistants. You may contact any of these people below via email.
Michael Clayton - Lab Coordinator
Open Lab: Room 122 Friday from 10:00 - 12:00
Office: Room 120 Birge Hall
Office phone: 262 2333
Our Teaching Assistants Tom Thein Sections 306, 307 Office: 113 Birge Hall Office Hours: email: email@example.com
Soo Kim Section 303, 305 Office: 339 Birge Hall Office Hours: MW 12:20 - 1:20 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Shomaker Sections 302, 311 Office: 334 Birge Hall Office Hours: email: email@example.com
Evan Eifler Sections 301, 304 Office: Room 301 Birge hall Office Hours: email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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