phaenogamic

phaenogamic

(ˌfiːnəʊˈɡæmɪk; ˌfɛnəʊ-)
adj
(Botany) another term for phanerogamic
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In the Annual Announcement for that year he provided a detailed list of the offerings in biology, which included for all freshmen a required half-year course in "Phaenogamic Botany," and for senior students, a half-year course in "Cryptogamic Botany and Vegetable Physiology" and a half-year course in "Invertebrate Zoology." He continued to offer a full-year course in "Vertebrate Anatomy and Physiology" and a half-year course in "Historical and Theoretical Biology," in which, once again, he obviously dealt with the theory of evolution.
Unwittingly contradicting his long-standing argument for an all-encompassing approach, he observed that it had become impossible for one person to teach both vertebrate and invertebrate morphology, or to handle both phaenogamic and cryptogamic botany.