352 - Agriscience Biology

This year long class can be taken instead of Biology (311) to meet state biological sciences graduation credit requirements. It is the preferred class to be taken first in the sequence of natural resource & agriscience courses offered. 816 Botany and 825 Zoology build upon the basic concepts and skills taught in 352 Biology. This course uses a real life, hands-on approach to teach the chemical, physical, and biological relationships of food, plants, animals, and the soil. It includes instruction in the growth and behavior of crops, the development of new plant varieties, and the scientific management of soils and nutrients for maximum plant growth, health, and productivity. It also focuses on the scientific principles that underlie the breeding and husbandry of domesticated animals. It includes instruction in genetics, nutrition, reproduction, husbandry, and the growth and development of domesticated animals. Membership and participation in activities of the National FFA Student Organization, leadership, communication, teamwork skills, and other personal development skills, are part of all natural resources & agriscience classes 


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