This five-day intensive course introduces flowering plant families to professional and keen amateur botanists
The aim of the course is to develop an understanding of the evolution and systematics of the major plant families and the practical skills needed when approaching the identification of plant material.
Teaching is through a combination of practical sessions and lectures covering exemplars of major flowering plant families. The course makes extensive use of plant material and the living collections across the Botanic Garden and includes a visit to the University’s Herbarium, housed in the Sainsbury Laboratory.
This course is designed for professional botanists and very keen amateurs.
Food and Accommodation are not included except for an optional informal evening meal on the first day.
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