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Students will study the taxonomy and field identification of Angiosperms and Gymnosperms, with special emphasis on woody Dicots. Students will focus on the use of keys to aid in the identification of wild plants found in the northeastern section of the United States. Other techniques for the development of a herbarium are employed and a viable collection of modern local plant material will be made. (This course is for surveying students or by advisement. This course does not meet the requirements of Biology majors). 1 hr. lecture; 4 hr. lab.