7 Botany Tutors Found Near Arlington, VA



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Rebekah R.

Botany Tutor

Berryville, VA 22611

Will travel 25 miles

$35 per hour.

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Biology Study Help by a Professional Biology Nerd

My degree plan included 4 completed credit hours in a 200-level General Botany class. This class was an overview of the study of Botany, including photosynthesis, primary vs. secondary growth, environmental concerns, and plant reproduction. In addition, the course included a weekly 4-hour lab class, during which we studied plant identification and went on nature walks. I wanted to become a tutor so that I could help people learn to love science almost as much as I do. I know that some school subjects are really hard, and that everyone needs a little help once in a while. When I was in colle [more]


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Sean R.

Botany Tutor

Amissville, VA 20106

Will travel 32 miles

$30 per hour.

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Master Naturalist and Field Biologist

I am qualified to tutor Botany because I was a TA for Biology labs for over 5 years starting in high school. Plant morphology and physiology were covered in greater detail at university in biology 101, Biology 102 and Ecology. Ecology focused a great deal on plant communities and the interactions between flora and fauna. Also as a naturalist I have experience that is usually excluded from a traditional education. I am a Naturalist and Field Biologist whose area of experience range from surveying and navigating the Redwoods and other distinctive regions of the Pacific Northwest to the primeval [more]


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Kelly S.

Botany Tutor

Harpers Ferry, WV 25425

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

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Yale University recent grad with a BA in Environmental Studies

As a recent Yale Graduate I had to take a variety of tree class, including Stand Dynamics, Biology of Trees, and Plants and people. Additionally I work at a national park and help the Natural Resources division when they need it. I also know some basic Tree identification. Hi there! My name is Kelly and I recently graduated from Yale University with a Bachelors of Art in Environmental Science. I worked at Sally Ride Science Camp at MIT, where I taught forensics, scientific arts and crafts and chemistry to elementary and middle school girls and taught diving to kids aged 7-17. During my time [more]


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Janet R.

Botany Tutor

Baltimore, MD 21209

Will travel 40 miles

$48 per hour.

4.64 11 ratings

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Writing, Papers/Essays, Biology, Algebra, History, English, Reading

I excelled in my college courses of Botany, Plant Embryology and Morphology, as well as Plant Systematics. I have completed and presented research on Succession, Pistil length comparison in Arabidopsis thaliana vs. Brassica, and Wetland delineations. I have researched and presented a botanical survey as part of a habitat assessment of a nature preserve while also identifying a species considered extirpated from Pennsylvania. A former education program director and naturalist at a non-profit educational farm, a director of a children's nature camp, a president of a nature preserve, an experienc [more]


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Alfred V.

Botany Tutor

Germantown, MD 20874

Will travel 15 miles

$55 per hour.

5.0 5 ratings

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Alfred V., Ph.D. - Biology from Cells to Cetaceans

I have a BA in Biological Sciences from Rutgers. The degree program was a combined Botany/Zoology major. Also I was a Henry Rutgers Scholar in the Botany Department. In addition I have a M.S. in Biology from New York University and a PhD in Cell Biology from the University of Vermont. Biology is the study of life. I have always marveled in the way that the structures of organisms tiny and huge are designed and built to perform a unique role in their world. I specialize in using familiar examples and analogies to teach an appreciation for the purpose of biological mechanisms, micro to macro. T [more]


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Cynthia M.

Botany Tutor

Bealeton, VA 22712

Will travel 25 miles

$45 per hour.

4.87 79 ratings

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Professor Cindy

I have completed several undergraduate level courses in botany including general botany, plant physiology, plant morphology, identification and mounting and preserving of specimens. I keep plants as pets and often bring them to class to demonstrate morphology. I have also conducted experiments (mostly with my children) on plant physiology. Understanding plants is a major concept in General Biology 102 in the Virginia Community College System learning objectives. I can help you learn biology and math. My teaching experience has mostly been at the college level teaching at 2 year, 4 year and [more]


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Dustin D.

Botany Tutor

Baltimore, MD 21206

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.86 14 ratings

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Life Sciences Tutor - Biology, Chemistry & Physics

I have take a number of classes dealing with Botany. As an undergraduate, I took "Introduction to Cell & Molecular Biology", "Introduction to Organismal & Population Biology", "Environmental Chemistry", "Cell and Molecular Biology" as well as "Microbiology". I have also taken the following graduate level courses: "Advanced Plant Physiology", "Plant Molecular Biology", "Advanced Biochemistry I", "Advanced Biochemistry II", "Molecular Aspects of Pathogenesis", "Biochemistry" as well as "Cellular Biology" The classes, in conjunction with my research using Arabidopsis thaliana and various Brass [more]