Botany -- Study and teaching
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
The Elnora and Richard Leyes collection contains class notes and course material from Michigan State College (now Michigan State University), National Sales and Management Rally for Florists Lectures for 1951 and 1952, as well as a small amount of biographical information and history of the Janesville Floral Company. The class materials include horticulture, landscape architecture, as well as botany, chemistry, entomology, business accounting and other classes.
This collection contains the hand written botany notes of Fred W. Dean. The notes cover topics such as the growth and development of a typical plant, differing physiologies between plants, and different modes of reproduction used by plants. There are also a number of sketches of whole plants and cross-sections; these are usually labeled. The course was taught by Professor Beal.
The John F. Brower papers consist of materials from his time as a student at Michigan State University including notes, class exercises, exams, textbooks, and experiments. Also included are materials from his military science classes as well as his military service.
This collection consists of a notebook of R. P. Hibbard entitled “Physiological Botany.” Included in the notebook are approximately 50 written experiments regarding the basics of Botany.