East African Wildlife Ecology I

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Course Code: 
TOU 1103
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Academic Programs: 
Course Discipline: 
Course Description & Objectives: 
  1. Introduction to plants and their classification. 
  2. Flowering plants and their morphology: life cycles, growth habitat. 
  3. Modification of plants in relation to functions: modified organs, reproduction in flowering plants; mechanisms of pollination, fertilization; mechanism and seed dispersal.
  4. Natural history of Uganda’s plants Ethno botany: the cultural and economic value of plants, use of plants by wildlife. Plants and their environment: distribution and ecology. 
  5. Ecological regions of Uganda and their characteristic floral vegetation types; and forests savanna, dry lands, aquatic.
  6. Impact of man on plants: deforestation, decertification, and environment pollution.
  7. Conservation of plants and their sustainable utilization: tree planting, afforestation, botanic gardening. 
  8. Diversity of East Africa’s (Uganda in particular) flora and its importance to tourism.
  9. Practical include plant collecting, identification and classification including herbarium techniques.
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