wetlandbiology.net icon


wetlandbiology.net
PBIO(BIOL) 3660L Plant Biology Intensive Lab
THE PLANT BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
PLANT BIOLOGY INTENSIVE LAB
2008 FALL STUDENTS
Lots of plants in flower and fruit to identify this time of year, and that comprised most work of a small group of students and a TA employed from Geography. We gave up on Persicaria and willed that genus to another semester but had somewhat better success with the Carex accessions we collected. Clearly we have to establish an image gallery of the scales, perigynia, and nutlets of our Carex to make their identification routine rather than an often unmet challenge. Database for our rapidly increasing experience, what should be in it and what kind to use?

New sites included wetlands in the Forestry-run Oconee Forest Park, the Birchmore Trail along creek in Memorial Park in Athens, man-made ponds at the University Women's Softball/Soccer complex on South Milledge, and a very large beaver pond on Long Creek where it passes under Highway 22 in Oglethorpe County. Phyllis brought her canoe for that one and yes, it really did hold four!
back to top

wetlandbiology.net icon

PBIO(BIOL) 3660L CLASS OF FALL 2008

Phillis Jackson
Brandon Newby
Jason Stroupe
Hyeon (Zaroo) Jeong
back to top





GLENN GALAU, THE DEPARTMENT OF PLANT BIOLOGY, MILLER PLANT SCIENCES BUILDING, THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, ATHENS GA  30602-7271
PHONE 706 542 1859    FAX 706 542 1805
MODIFIED ON 29 JANUARY 2010. WEB DESIGN BY GLENN GALAU

wetlandbiology.net icon

Content and opinions expressed on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of nor are they endorsed by the University of Georgia or the University System of Georgia