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Keying with Natives: Taxonomy Basics (Part I) 
Friday, January 19, 2018 06:30pm
Contact Joe Cernac at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (408) 292-5465

This the first of two classes that will cover the basic principles of Morphology, which is the study of the form, external structure and development of plants; and the basic principles of Taxonomy, which is the study of the general principles of scientific classifications.

These two classes will form a great crash course for beginners who are enthusiastic about learning how and why some plants are named. By knowing the basic morphological characteristics of plants, a plant’s name will become obvious. Once the plant has been identified, it can be placed within categories, a classification system that is part of plant Taxonomy.

Both classes will be taught Dee Wong Himes who now is teaching various horticultural at Foothill College

A copy of Plant Identification Terminology, An Illustrated Glossary, by James G. Harris and Melinda Woolf Harris, 2nd Edition, and/or a notepad is recommended but not required.

We meet at the Peninsula Conservation Center (PCC), 3921 E. Bayshore Road in Palo Alto.

Location Peninsula Conservation Center (PCC), 3921 E. Bayshore Road, Palo Alto
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