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Plants and people

BTE103: Plants and people course will include an introduction to basic botany and its pivotal role in our every day life. This will take a multidisciplinary approach to study the relationship between plants and people. The aims of the study strive to stimulate interest in plant science and encourage student to further their study on plant biotechnology, one of the most modern subject. It will cover basic principles of botany with strong emphasis on the economic aspects and social implications of plants and fungi. In this course, old fashioned and modern agriculture, plant breeding techniques-mutation breeding and polyploidy breeding, plant biotechnology and its application, medicinal plants and their usages and management of world natural resources will be explained.

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