Editors Aspt Systematic Botany School of botany@University of MelbourneYou can find out about School of botany. .. a worldclass department of plant science. . The Pollen Count. . botany Foundation. . Seminars. http://www.sysbot.org/asptsb1.htm
Extractions: Department of Botany Welcome to the Department of Botany Botany is a modern and dynamic science, covering a range of disciplines from molecular biology and biotechnology to ecology and conservation. It involves the study of plants and related organisms like fungi and algae. Knowledge of these organisms contributes greatly to our understanding of both natural ecosystems and agriculture. Plants impact on many aspects of daily life, including providing food, medicines, paper and building materials, and recreation and tourism. The staff of the Department are actively involved in many of these areas of research, and this range of interests is reflected in the subjects that we teach at all levels from undergraduate to Honours and Postgraduate studies. Courses Seminars Current students News ... Contacts
Botany Department Home Page Information on postgraduate and undergraduate courses and research within the department. http://www.tcd.ie/Botany/index.html
Extractions: *Broad Curriculum Course - the Global Environmental Change course is now online* Events : Research opportunities NEW - two new post-graduate research opportunities - check the current proposed post-graduate and post-doctoral projects here... Senior Freshman - the Global Ecology course is now online. The Botany building was built in 1907 and has recently been classified as a listed building. It can be found at the East End of College.
Bartramia A JPEG image. http://www.naturenotes.org/archivo/Botany/Bartramia_sp1.jpg
Awesome Library - Science botany. Also Try Yards. Discussions Garden Forums (GardenWeb Forums) Provides message exchanges between gardeners. Forums are listed http://www.awesomelibrary.org/Classroom/Science/Botany/Botany.html
California Academy Of Sciences - Botany botany. Home About the Department Staff Collections Policies California Wildflowers. California Academy of Sciences » Research » botany. http://www.calacademy.org/research/botany/
BOTANY INTERNET RESOURCES botany Internet Resources. This guide related information. A number of botany resources are brought together to enable further exploration. http://www.ualberta.ca/~slis/guides/botany/botany1.htm
Pinus Ponderosa of the species. Common names include Ponderosa pine, Norway pine, big pine, British Columbia soft pine, western yellow pine, and several others. http://www.botany.ubc.ca/arboretum/UBC001.HTM
Extractions: The Latin name ponderosa, meaning heavy or imposing, was given by Irish botanist David Douglas. Identification: A pine with dark yellow-green needles in fascicles of 2 or 3. The needles are 10-20 cm long and often curved or twisted, forming tightly clustered tufts at the ends of branches. The bark is a bright reddish-orange or cinnamon colour and deeply furrowed into a pattern of scales and plates. In the hot sun it smells of vanilla. The crown of the tree is broad and open. The oval or egg shaped seed cones are notable for their scales, each tipped by a single prickle. Habitat: The pine is common in western North America from B.C. to Mexico. It has a large altitudnal range, and is often found in pure stands or as the dominant tree in mixed conifer forests. It is intolerant of shade and severe cold, but does well in dry regions. It cannot regenerate under its own canopy and requires thinning by fire or other means before it can propagate. Uses: As well as being a popular ornamental, the fast growing Ponderosa Pine is second only to Douglas Fir as a lumber producing species in North America. First Nations groups also used the tree in heavy constructionfor corrals, fences, sweathouses, and roof beams. Large tree trunks were hollowed out to make canoes. The wood often has high pitch content and is decay resistant and inflammable.
Charles E. Bessey Herbarium (NEB) An historic look at UNL s emerging female botanists. The Sem Bot . The botany website is currently under construction. Please return soon. http://www-museum.unl.edu/research/botany/botany.html
Internet Links For Botany And Plant Ecology Internet Resources for botany and Plant Ecology. Internet Directory for botany; botany Related WWW Sites; Basic Information Resources for botany; http://www.westminster.edu/staff/athrock/ECOLOGY/Botlinks.htm
Extractions: Miscellaneous Links Nomenclature and Plant Identification Systematics and Checklists Images ... Gardening and Horticulture BACK TO THE TOP Nomenclature and Plant Identification BACK TO THE TOP Images Northeast Wetland Flora Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants National List of Plant Species that Occur in Wetlands Western Wetland Flora ... U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Aquatic Plant Control Operations Support Center