HORT 5114: Knowing and Naming the Plants We Eat

1 CreditOnline Available

The 1-credit course HORT 5114 “Knowing and naming the plants we eat” focuses on identification, taxonomy and characteristics of plants, and plant parts commonly contributing to human diets. Course modules emphasize culinary fruits, vegetables and herbs plus grains, pulses and oilseeds grown for food use. This online course meets synchronously for lecture and discussion on Wednesdays from 5pm to 6pm. Weekly lectures are posted online for asynchronous study. Students develop a portfolio of their course work where they document and reflect upon characteristics and taxonomic relationships among the plants addressed in this course. As a 5xxx-level course, students with less than 60 credits completed in their program (typically underclassmen) will need to request a permission number to enroll. prereqs: junior or senior; Biol 1001 or Biol 1009 or HORT 1001 or HORT 1015

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