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Grao en Bioloxía
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Identifying Data 2019/20
Subject (*) Plant Systematics: Phanerogamia Code 610G02025
Study programme
Grao en Bioloxía
Descriptors Cycle Period Year Type Credits
Graduate 2nd four-month period
Third Obligatory 6
Language
Spanish
Galician
Teaching method Face-to-face
Prerequisites
Department Bioloxía
Coordinador
Pimentel Pereira, Manuel
E-mail
m.pimentel@udc.es
Lecturers
Cremades Ugarte, Javier
Leira Campos, Manel
Peña Freire, Viviana
Pimentel Pereira, Manuel
Sahuquillo Balbuena, Elvira
E-mail
javier.cremades@udc.es
m.leira@udc.es
v.pena@udc.es
m.pimentel@udc.es
elvira.sahuquillob@udc.es
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General description We will integrate information on the morphology, anatomy, reproductive biology and ecology of Spermatophytes in order to understand the processes that led to their evolutionary origin and current diversity. We will also study some of the most ecologically and economically important seed plant families in temperate areas of the Northern Hemisphere, and the plant formations where they most commonly appear (forests, shrublands, grasslands and marginal habitats). By the end of the course you will have a thorough understanding of the evolution of seed plants and you will be able to identify specimens belonging to the main plant families growing in NW Iberian Peninsula. The knowledge acquired during this course is useful in many different professional fields such as teaching, scientific research, environmental assessment, agriculture, etnobotany, etc.
Contingency plan
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