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PS 3202 - Plant Breeding


Humans have been genetically improving plants since the beginning of agriculture. In this course, students will learn how genetic and environmental factors and their interaction control phenotypes and traits. Students will learn about conventional plant breeding methods used for crop improvement and cultivar development. In addition, students will also learn about biotechnology and modern techniques in crop improvement.

Prerequisite(s): PS 2005  

2 hours Lecture and 3 hours Laboratory
3 credits



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