Plants & Human Affairs
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Review for Exam #4 - Fall '05

     The last or final exam of the term will be a mixture of objective (e.g., multiple choice, definition, fill-in-blank) and subjective (short answer) questions.  It will not be comprehensive.  You may use pencil or pen to complete your exam, though I strongly recommend pencil.  The exam is designed to last a full hour.  In general, the exam could include:  (1) anything covered in class; (2) lecture notes on line; and (3) study sheets, articles, handouts or other materials used/assigned in class.  I try to ask an equal number of questions about each class.  The following is a summary of the main topics that are "fair game" for the exam.  Hope I didn't forget anything ☺

Essential Oils - Herbs & Spices & Perfumes

  1. Chapter 17 in text.  Also pp. 84-85.
  2. I also have some online Web notes.
  3. Check out the study questions posted on line. 
  4. And don't forget the end-of-chapter questions posted at the textbook website.


  1. Chapter 18 in text.  Also pp. 36 - 40 (Ch 3).
  2. I have also posted some online Web notes (ignore the info on paper)
  3. Check out the study questions on line.  You don't have to be able to recognize the different types of wood, but you need to know about the different types of wood.
  4. Don't forget the end-of-chapter questions for Chapter 3 & 18 posted at the textbook website.
  5. Gink & Go at the Playground

Christmas Botany

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