economic botany text

Monique Reed monique at mail.bio.tamu.edu
Thu Dec 4 10:08:53 EST 2003


We use Simpson and Conner-Ogorzaly, Economic Botany: Plants in Our
World, 3rd ed. and supplement with readings from the news.

M. Reed
Texas A&M

Beverly Brown wrote:
> 
> I'm working on a new non-majors "Plants and People" course and looking
> for texts.  The best I've found so far is Levetin and McMahon, "Plants
> and Society" but I am not terribly excited about it.  The course is more
> of an economic botany class, rather than straight botany.  Any other ideas?
> 
> Also, where might innovative ideas in botany education be published?
>  Are there any journals you use, or are aware of, where articles on
> botany education are published?
> 
> THanks!
> 
> Beverly
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