Daniel Kierzkowski is currently teaching two courses at the University of Montreal, both dedicated to undergraduate students. Classes are given in French in a fall trimester:
PLANT ANATOMY AND MORPHOGENESIS (BIO2372)
Fundamental concepts of plant anatomy and morphogenesis. The relationships between tissue and organ structures and their functions. This course is composed of 3 h of theory and 3 h of practicals (4 credits). Find out more.
GENETICS AND MOLECULAR DEVELOPMENT (BIO2240)
The introduction into concepts of the development and reproduction of multicellular organisms, focused mostly on plants. The approaches commonly used to study these processes, including methods of molecular biology, genetics, and microscopy are presented. This course is composed of 3h theory (3 credits). It is taught by Daniel Kierzkowski and Daniel Matton (50/50).