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The program offers core courses on soils, botany, diseases and pests, annuals, perennials, vegetables and other topics.
There’s a handy botany term of good use here: peltate, meaning the stem (the petiole) attaches to the leaf from underneath.
The younger Dinucci studied political science and history — not botany — at Tufts University.
It was discovered in 1971 by legendary plant hunter Wayne Roderick and named for Elizabeth McClintock, longtime curator in the California Academy of Sciences’ botany department.
So, his whole entire class was talking agriculture, growing plants and learning about different ways to propagate plants, basic botany stuff.
There’s a handy botany term of good use here: peltate, meaning the stem (the petiole) attaches to the leaf not at the leaf’s margin, but from underneath.
When Sayer published his book of monochromatic flowers, botany was a very fashionable subject among the British upper class, according to Daily Life in 18th-Century England by Kristin Olsen.
Beekeeping is part of an intriguing course roster that includes robotics, forensics, botany, computer science and marine science taught by a teacher who used to work at Mystic Aquarium.
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: a branch of science that deals with plant life
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