BOT 122 – Botany and Genetics II

Dr. Eman Taha Ali El Kenany

Course lecturer

  • Lena
  • Hager
  • Reem
  • Walaa
  • Noaman

Course assistant

To provide students with basic information about the diversity of the structural, reproductive and nutritional features of the cellular forms of life. Representatives of sub-cellular life forms including gene and non gene creatures are also considered.

Course objectives

1. Introduction to Biodiversity and a brief Classification of Life Forms

2. Sub-Cellular Forms of Life, Prokaryotes

3. Bacteria and Fungi

4. Algae & Plants

5. Methods of Classification

6. Nutritional Diversity

Course description

Lectures – Quizzes – Mid term (Theoretical and practical) – assignment –

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