Presentation on theme: "Dr. Najat Abdulwahab Bukhari Lecture 2. University Vision and Mission Vision: To be a world-class university and a leader in developing Saudi Arabia’s."— Presentation transcript:
University Vision and Mission Vision: To be a world-class university and a leader in developing Saudi Arabia’s knowledge economy Mission: To provide students with a quality education, conduct valuable research, serve the national and international societies and contribute to Saudi Arabia’s knowledge economy through learning, creativity, the use of current and developing technologies and effective international partnership.
College of science vision and Mission Vision : To be a leader in basic science, its applications and culture to contribute to building the knowledge society. Mission: To offer study programs and developed research projects capable of providing society with knowledge and trained personnel through a stimulating environment for learning, creativity and scientific research with continuing quality to ensure optimal use of technology and general partnership.
Vision: upgrading the academic and research to keep pace with scientific progress and requirements of society. Mission: Development of Academic process and develop scientific research through strategic planning and a clear vision for science and technology at the country level. As well as training of national cadres, and the introduction of a methodology developed to meet the different needs of society, and to serve the various research and developmental projects in the community Botany department Vision and Mission
Course Description Topics to be Covered TopicNo of Weeks Contact hours - Historical review of plant taxonomy (industrial, natural, evolution) 12 - Nomenclature12 - Classic taxonomy (morphological taxonomy of vegetation and floral characters – Fruits and seed characters. 52 - Key to taxonomical unites.12 - Fertilization and seed formation22 - The different kinds of fruits22 - The sexual differentiations of flowers and their fertilization 22 14
Fam. Solanaceae Withania Somnifera Height: usually 30-60 cm but can grow up to 170 cm. Shape: upright and stout shrub with central stem. Branches: star-shaped branching; branches are covered in fine hairs. Leaves: alternate and ovate, up to 10 cm long and up to 5 cm wide. Flowers: yellow petals on the inside but with a green outer-covering layer. Fruit: red berries in papery protective covering (calyx). Roots: long, fleshy tubers.
Fam. Euphor biaceae Ricimus Communis It is a fast-growing, suckering perennial shrubsuckering perennialshrub The flowers are borne in terminal panicle-like inflorescences of greenpanicle inflorescences The fruit is a spiny, greenish (to reddish purple) capsule containing large, oval, shiny, bean-like, highly poisonous seeds
Fam. Asclepiadoceae Caletropiss procera Erect, tall, larch perennial shrubs or small trees. Leaves sub-sessile, opposite, decusate ovate-oblong or acute, thich glaucous gree Flower in umbellate-cymes Calyx glabrous ovate and acute Seeds broadly ovate acute flattenedand silky coma Corolla glabrous
Fam : Verbenaceae Clerodendrum glabrum small to medium deciduous tree bark is covered in prominent white lenticelslenticels Leaves are usually in whorls of 3 and produce flowers are usually mauve with strongly exserted stamens and style
Fam: Nactaginaceae Bougainvillea glabra Tiny white flowers in clusters surrounded by colorful papery bracts Single and double flowers forms Woody trunk