Biology 321, University of British Columbia.

Biology 321 – Morphology and Evolution of Bryophytes (mosses, liverworts, and hornworts) – has an enrolment of between 20 and 40 students and is taught January to April.  There is integration between lecture, lab, and field activities.  By the end of the course students will understand aspects of biology, diversity, and ecology of these fascinating organisms and will be able to identify common species in the Vancouver lower mainland.  Observational and microscopy skills with develop with practice as students investigate this wonderful group of organisms.

While the Biology 321 has a course Canvas site, students decided they wanted to share the amazing world of bryophytes with the rest of the world.  This site is under construction, but please explore and visit often.

Please contact me if you have any comments or suggestions or comments – shona@mail.ubc.ca.

Development of this site was supported through funding from a Skylight Grant, Faculty of Science, UBC.