Provide Information on Plants and their Culture

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Botany is the scientific study of plants. This unit includes aspects of botany which will be relevant to agriculture, horticulture and conservation and land management.  Botany can be divided into four different areas: Morphology - the study of the external features of plants; Anatomy - the study of the internal features of plants; Physiology - the study of plant processes; Taxonomy - the classification of plants.  This unit concentrates on the morphology of plants, but also covers small sections of anatomy, physiology and taxonomy.

Classifications

AQF - Australian Quality Framework
Certificate III

Industry Classification Scheme
Horticulture / Conservation and Land Management

National Code - Training.gov.au
AHCPCM302A: Provide information on plants and their culture

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