SUBJECTS

LANDSCAPE SCIENCES

  • PROFESSORS:

    JORDI IZQUIERDO

  • ECTS

    3.5

  • SCHEDULE:

    TU 15.00 -17.00

The objective of the subject is for the student to learn to identify plant diversity and describe the morphology of vascular plants and their adaptive responses to the environment. It seeks to recognize and understand the nutritional functions of plants, to identify their physiological responses to environmental variations, to compose and interpret the indexes and climatic diagrams and to calculate the net water needs of plants or vegetation. The subject explains the relationships between the organisms and their environment, it explains the concepts linked to the ecology of populations and describes the interspecific relationships and the functioning of ecosystems and their structure and organization in space and time

VEGETAL BIOLOGY

The vegetables. Classification and nomenclature of plants. Vascular plants: morphology and multiplication. Eco plant physiology: water, mineral and hydrocarbon nutrition and plant adaptations.

ECOLOGY

Ecology – ecosystem – ecologism. Biogeography. Populations. Interactions between species: competition, predation, mutualism and parasitism. Communities: Structure and dynamics.

  • SHARE:

Joan Batlle + Clàudia Amías

Joan Batlle + Clàudia Amías

Tadeo Campos

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