18 courses found which satisfy the condition "Prataculture".
Grassland Cultivation Science
Grassland Resources Information System
Genetics and Breeding of Landscape Plants
The Lawn of Entomology
The Science of Grassland
Based on physiological and biochemical processes of plant development, plant physiology introduces the physical, chemical and molecular biological mechanisms in the processes. And it reveals the growth, development and differentiation rules of plant by studying the plant and the function of environmental condition.
Introduction to the structure, diversity, and physiology of plants with an emphasis on evolutionary relationships and adaptations to life on land. Topics include growth, resource acquisition, interactions with other organisms (i.e., fungi, bacteria, insects), reproduction, and survival in extreme environments. Laboratory sessions provide an overview of plant and diversity and an introduction to basic physiological processes.
The basic concepts, theories and essential methods of the course are an important part of students’ scientific accomplishment and play an important role in improving talented people's scientific quality, which cannot be substituted by other courses.This course enables students to grasp the elementary knowledge of mechanics, thermodynamics, electromagnetism, wave and optics and modern physics. It provides a basis for the work they will do after graduation in the fields of technology, management and scientific research.
Management and Management of Grass
Sports Field Turf
Genetics aims to provide you with understanding of the law of heredity and variation of organisms. Consideration is given to the material base of heredity, the law of segregation, independent assortment and linkage and crossing-over; chromosome aberration, gene mutation, the relationship between gene and environment, quantitative inheritance, population genetics, gene, genome as well as gene expression and regulation.
Statistics Methods of Experiments
Advanced Mathematics is designed to serve students majoring in chemical science, computer science and engineering etc. It consists of two parts of a two-semester sequence. The course begins with a rapid review of topics in algebra and trigonometry, which you should be competent in. Part 1, consisting of Chapters 1 to 7, is devoted to single variable differentiation, integration and differential equations. It covers the fundamental concepts and theorems. Part 2, consisting of Chapters 8 to 12, discusses in depth multivariable differentiation, integration, infinite series, vectors and the geometry of space.