The Dale A. Seiberling Professorship in Food Engineering Search Announced
Department of Food Science and Technology opens search for the Dale A. Seiberling Professorship in Food Engineering. View the position description here. Search Committee Chair: Rafael Jimenez-Flores, Professor and J.T. ‘Stubby. Parker Endowed Chair in Dai ...
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Advances in High Throughput Phenotyping
HCS 5335 High-Throughput Phenotyping (HTP) is an emerging field that integrates remote sensing and simulation and modeling technologies to advance selection in plant breeding programs. Advances in High Throughput Phenotyping provides an overview of the se ...
Ecology of Managed Plant Systems- Laboratory
HCS 2205 Origin, diversification, and biogeography of plants inhabiting managed landscapes. Prereq or concur: 2204. Not open to students with credit for 2201. Undergraduate 1.0 Autumn 2023 In Person Wooster Columbus Horticulture and Crop Science ...
HCS GEN GENERAL. Undergraduate 1.0 Horticulture and Crop Science ...
HCS 7004 The Genome Analytics course will facilitate a hands-on analytical and quantitative approach for graduate students to learn the basic pipelines for analysis of genomic sequences, focusing on incorporating these bioinformatics pipelines into their ...
HCS 2194 Special group studies in the area of horticulture and crop science. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs or 6 completions. Undergraduate 1.0 In Person Hybrid Horticulture and Crop Science ...
Herbaceous Ornamental Plants
HCS 3340 A survey of the most important annual and perennial herbaceous ornamentals used in horticulture in the Midwest U.S. Weekly lectures will emphasize ornamental attributes, usage and management. Weekly plant walks (outdoor lectures) will emphasize p ...
Introduction to Agronomy
HCS 3100 An introductory course of row crop and forage agricultural production (agronomy). This course introduces students to row and forage crop species common in Ohio and surrounding states, and provides fundamental information on how these crops are ma ...