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Spiritual Botany I

A Comprehensive Study of Herbs for Spiritual & Medicinal Use

Course Summary

This course gives an in depth understanding and walk through of the most common herbs used within spiritual and herbal practices. This class also comes with a lab where we're making use of the herbs that we're studying. This course is a prerequisite for Spiritual Botany II.

Basic Introductory Botany course will enable you to understand the interesting mechanisms of plants which include their growth and development, chemical properties, genetics, ecology, evolution etc. and most of them will instill an understanding on the importance of plants.

In this course, topics will include the study of plant form, function, reproduction, and an overview of plant diversity including bryophytes, ferns, and seed plants.

Course Objectives:
1. To introduce students to the basic features of plant cells with a specific emphasis on plant specific organelles, including an introduction to plant tissues.
2. To introduce students to the basic morphology, anatomy, and function of plant roots, stems, and leaves
3. To provide students with an understanding of plant physiological processes, with a special emphasis on photosynthesis, the light reactions, the Calvin Cycle, and variations of the photosynthetic pathways.
4. To present the basic principles of plant reproduction, life cycles, and reproductive features.
5. To introduce students to plant diversity, including key innovations and reproductive features of each plant group.

Course Curriculum

Iya Ifayomi Fasola

She/Her. Onisegun. Herbalist. Isese. Ifa, Egbe, & Olokun priestess. Rootworker. Mvskokxe. 2 headed. Bone Reader

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