In Summer, 2020 the OSU Ohio Plants course was entirely online (taught remotely). The instructors put together video versions of the lectures that were traditionally done in-person and placed them on YouTube. This page is an aggregation of those lectures.

Let’s take a look at the “Geobotany” article, and see how substrate affects the plants that grow in a place, starting with limestone areas.

Let’s take a field trips and look at ***gaaah what ugly birds!***some limestone-loving plants inb real life.

Let’s see what we can find on acid sites

Some plant distributions are related to the geologic history of the state more than the substrate features per se. An example is rhododendron, which occurs at a site in southern Fairfield County. Let’s go there!