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PLSC 180

Plant Systems Approach to Global Foods

This course will focus on fundamental "Plant Systems" concepts and associated metabolic rationale to understand Global Food Systems from agro-ecological foundations. These plant systems concepts, from diverse geographical origins, will be linked to food processing principles and public health relevance as the basis for advancing global food security. Overall the course will advance integrated and systems-based understanding of global challenges to agriculture and food security driven by food crops. 3 lectures. Spring. 3 credits.

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Instructor: Dr. Kalidas Shetty
Office: Quentin Burdick Building 218
Phone: 701-231-5058
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