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Brigham Young University. Department of Plant and Animal Sciences

 Organization

Dates

  • Existence: 2003-2007

Administrative History

The Department of Plant and Animal Sciences (2003-2007) was a department under the College of Biology and Agriculture at Brigham Young University.

The Department of Plant and Animal Sciences was established in 2003 when the Department of Animal and Veterinary Sciences,the Department of Botany and Range Science, and the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture were amalgamated under the direction of the College of Biology and Agriculture. In 2007, the department was renamed the Department of Plant and Wildlife Sciences. Department chairmen included: Von D. Jolley (2002-2004), Sheldon D. Nelson (2004-2007), and Val J. Anderson (2007-2008).

The Department of Plant and Animal Sciences was established with the purpose of preparing students to enter the fields of bio-agribusiness management, biotechnology, environmental soil science, landscape management, and plant biology. Courses included: living with plants, landscape design graphics, residential landscape design, floral design, world food crops, herbaceous plants, landscape structures, interior landscapes, landscape bidding and estimating, genomics, soil science, plant growth and reproduction, soil genesis and taxonomy, soil fertility and plant nutrition, turf science, arboriculture, plant pest control, plant production, plant community design, urban soils and water, integrated management of plant pests, plant physiology, animal breeding and genetics, plant breeding and biotechnology, plant cell biology, animal biotechnology, soil physics, soil microbiology, saline and sodic soils, plant development, plant molecular breeding, cytogenetics, plant transformation, and experimental design and data analysis.

Citation

Brigham Young University organizational history project website, viewed Jul. 26, 2011 (Department of Plant and Animal Sciences; established, 2003; amalgamationof the Department of Animal and Veterinary Sciences,the Department of Botany and Range Science, and the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture under the College of Biology and Agriculture; renamed the Department of Plant and Wildlife Sciences, 2007; chairmen included: Von D. Jolley (2002-2004), Sheldon D. Nelson (2004-2007), and Val J. Anderson (2007-2008);purpose was to prepare students to enter the fields of bio-agribusiness management, biotechnology, environmental soil science, landscape management, and plant biology. Courses included: living with plants, landscape design graphics, residential landscape design, floral design, world food crops, herbaceous plants, landscape structures, interior landscapes, landscape bidding and estimating, genomics, soil science, plant growth and reproduction, soil genesis and taxonomy, soil fertility and plant nutrition, turf science, arboriculture, plant pest control, plant production, plant community design, urban soils and water, integrated management of plant pests, plant physiology, animal breeding and genetics, plant breeding and biotechnology, plant cell biology, animal biotechnology, soil physics, soil microbiology, saline and sodic soils, plant development, plant molecular breeding, cytogenetics, plant transformation, and experimental design and data analysis)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Department of Plant and Wildlife Sciences records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 1342
Scope and Contents Contains the records of the Department of Plant and Wildlife Sciences. Records consist of correspondence, reports, budget outlines/plans, meeting minutes, information on employees, and student scholarship information. Dates range from 1956 to 2010.
Dates: 1956-2010