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701 Plant Metabolism. (3) ll

Various aspects of plant metabolism including photosynthesis, respiration, nitrogen M
protein metabolism; enzyme kinetics; and relation of molecular structure of cell Compone‘m
to function. Lecture, two hours; lab, two hours. Prereq: CHE 236 or 432, BOT 501,0,
consent of instructor. Henrickson.

702 Laboratory to Accompany 701. (0) 1
Two hours. 1

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735 Biosystematics. (3) II t

Principles in the application of data from the fields of ecology, genetics, cytology, mor-
phology, phytogeography, and physiology to the solution of taxonomic problems. Lectures,
three hours. Prereq: Botany 551-552 and 530; Botany 634 suggested. Riley.

768 Residence Credit for the Master’s Degree. (1 to 9 wks. residence)

May be repeated. Maximum of nine weeks can be applied toward master’s degree with thesis
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(In Biological Sciences) Stafi.
May be repeated indefinitely.

769 Residence Credit for the Doctor’s Degree. (1 to 18 wks. residence) (

770 Seminar. (1) 1
Reports and discussions on various topics in botany. Stafi. ‘
May be repeated to a maximum of six credits.

790 Research in Botany. (1—6) 1, 11,5)
Independent research work under direction in the field (Genetics), (Taxonomy), (Mai-
phology), (Mycology), (Ecology) of the graduate student’s choice preparatory to writing
a thesis. Progress reports required at intervals. May be repeated to a maximum of twelve
credits.

CHEMISTRY

Work leading to the master’s degree and to the doctor’s degree with
a major in chemistry must conform to the general rules and regulations of 2
the Graduate School. {

All new graduate students must take proficiency examinations inf
analytical, inorganic, organic and physical chemistry. The results of these
examinations are used to guide the student’s adviser in establishing the
student’s schedule of courses. ‘

For the degree of Master of Science, twenty-four semester hours in ;
graduate courses exclusive of the thesis, one academic year (36 weeks)
in residence, and an acceptable thesis are required. A good reading
knowledge of scientific German is required. It is strongly recommended
that the candidate be able to read scientific French or Russian also.

A maximum of one—third of the work may be taken outside of the
department in courses which are approved by the student’s committee. 1‘

The degree of Doctor of Philosophy is conferred upon a candidate i
who, after completing not less than three years of graduate work in
chemistry and allied fields, presents sufficient evidence of scholarly .

 

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