The course introduces plant anatomy, physiology and genetics as a fusion of three (3) complex plant systems and life processes for all living organisms. Plant anatomy and/or morphology, physiology and genetics seek to cover the importance of these three, on their outlook in successful proliferation of plant life. The topics covered include the structure of plants (anatomy and/or morphology); cytology (anatomy and physiology of the plant cell including relation of structure to function); plant growth and development and control thereof, metabolism biochemical systems; Genetics (the study of heredity and the variation of inherited characteristics or the science of genes, heredity and variation of organisms) is explored starting from in depth study of cytology and the cell cycle, Classical Genetics (Mendelian Genetics) forms the basis of understanding Plant Genetics .