Ch 23: History of Botany

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Feel confident in your ability to pass a test on the history of botany using this chapter's online study resources. Deepen your knowledge with short lessons, and assess your comprehension and readiness for test questions using multiple-choice lesson quizzes and practice exam.

History of Botany - Chapter Summary

If you're looking for a resource that can help you understand the history of botany, this chapter can help! Entertaining lessons provide an engaging and informative look at how the study of botany got its start and evolved from the 17th century to the 20th century. This chapter is available anytime, enabling you to study this subject at your leisure. When finished, you will be ready to do the following:

  • Explain how botany experts in the 17th and 18th centuries viewed the influences of soil, air, sunlight and water on plants
  • Discuss light and chemical energy, chlorophyll, photosynthesis and other aspects of botany explored in the 19th century
  • Detail the 20th century view of botany from experts like Van Niel, Emerson, Arnold, Gaffron and Wahl

This chapter is completely flexible and customizable, allowing the busiest person to study the history of botany with ease. All lessons are accessible via any computer, smartphone or tablet to ensure you can study from any location with an Internet connection. Quizzes accompanying the lessons provide a quick snapshot of your comprehension and pinpoint topics that need more study time. If you need help understanding specific topics in the lessons, feel free to send your questions to our experts using the Dashboard.

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