Cultural and Economic Botany
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Mulenberg College 
Biology Department
Biology 330-276 
Cultural and Economic Botany

Lecture - T, R 12:30-1:45 Shn 130
Lab - R 2-4:50, Shn 322       

Professor - Dr. Rich Niesenbaum
305 Shankweiler
484-664-3258
email: niesenba

Biology 276, Cultural and Economic Botany, is a survey of the diversity of plants and their relationships with people.  We will focus on cultural and economic uses of plants from international, historical, and contemporary perspectives.  The scientific process, and agricultural and environmental issues will be closely examined.  This is a botany course! This is a field oriented course!

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