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  1. Bibliographical index to North American botany;: Or, citations of authorities for all the recorded indigenous and naturalized species of the flora of North ... miscellaneous collections [v.l5,art. 1]) by Sereno Watson, 1878
  2. Geological and natural history survey of North Carolina, part III, botany: Containing a catalogue of the plants of the state by M. A Curtis, 1867
  3. History of botanical exploration in Territorio Federal Amazonas, Venezuela (Smithsonian contributions to botany) by Otto Huber, 1894
  4. Synoptical flora of North America: The Gamopetalae, being a second edition of vol. I, part II, and vol. II, part I, collected (Smithsonian Institution. Smithsonian miscellaneous collections) by Asa Gray, 1881
  5. Experimental studies on the nature of species (Carnegie Institution of Washington publication) by Jens Clausen, 1958
  6. Descriptions of new plants preliminary to a report upon the flora of New Mexico, (Smithsonian institution. United States National museum. Contribuitons from the United States National herbarium) by E. O Wooton, 1913
  7. Botanical work of the British association (Smithsonian Institution. Annual report) by William T Thiselton-Dyer, 1896
  8. Costa Rican mosses collected by Paul C. Standley in 1924-1926, (Smithsonian Institution. United States National Museum. Contributions from the United States National Museum) by Edwin Bunting Bartram, 1928
  9. Gardens of Empire: Botanical Institutions of the Victorian British Empire by Donal P. McCracken, 1997-07
  10. Ethnobotany of the Tewa Indians, (Smithsonian institution. Bureau of American ethnology. Bulletin 55) by Wilfred William Robbins, 1916
  11. A scanning electron microscope survey of the epidermis of East African grasses (Smithsonian contributions to botany) by Patricia G Palmer, 1981
  12. A revision of the genus Aglaonema (Araceae) (Smithsonian contributions to botany) by Dan H Nicolson, 1969
  13. Morphological, anatomical, and taxonomic studies in Anomochloa and Streptochaeta (Poaceae, Bambusoideae) (Smithsonian contributions to botany) by Emmet J Judziewicz, 1989
  14. An introduction to the botanical type specimen register (Smithsonian contributions to botany, no. 12) by Stanwyn G Shetler, 1973

41. Botany Fact Sheet
are employed in government research laboratories and field stations, industry andacademic institutions. An undergraduate degree in botany prepares students

  • Department of Biological Sciences
  • The Program
  • Faculty and Facilities
  • Career Opportunities ...
  • Contact Information Stevens Hall
    Room 218
    Stevens Hall is located on the corner of Centennial Boulevard and Bolley Drive (building #63 on the Campus Map
    Botany Fact Sheet
    College of Science and Mathematics

    The earth on which we live is inhabited by numerous plant species which produce essential materials for the support of humans, other animals and the great diversity of plants themselves. The science of botany is the study of plants including plant structure, function, systematics and ecology. Students study a wide variety of activities such as the relationship of plants to each other and their environment, plant growth and metabolism, classification and identification of plants, plant cell composition and plant heredity.
    The Program
    The undergraduate program in botany at North Dakota State University is designed for students seeking a better understanding of plants and eventual careers in the plant sciences. The Department of Biological Sciences offers instruction in a number of different areas for majors and for students interested in the applied field of plant sciences. The botany curriculum allows students to become knowledgeable in botany and to pursue individual interests through elective course work. The introductory courses also are of interest to nonmajors seeking a more limited background in science.
  • 42. Course Offerings At NAML Institutions For 2004
    Northeastern Association of Marine Great Lakes Laboratories , (NEAMGLL) includesinstitutions on the Great Lakes and marine Marine botany (June 28 July 9)

    43. Waverley, Randwick And Botany Home Library Service: A Profile
    waiting list. Any major institutions from the botany Council area arereferred to botany Library to arrange bulk loans. This ensures
    Waverley, Randwick and Botany Home Library Service: a profile 2002 See Home Library Service Brochure The Home Library Service is a free joint service for the users of the Botany, Randwick and Waverley Council areas that started initially for Waverley residents in 1969. An agreement was reached with Randwick in 1973 and then in 1977 Botany joined with Randwick to become a joint Library service. Even when Botany split from Randwick they decided it was more cost effective for Waverley to continue operating the service for their residents. Located at Waverley Library it primarily serves those housebound residents who are, by reason of age, sickness or incapacity unable to visit their local Library. As a general guide the period of incapacity is a minimum of three months. The service is provided to institutions, nursing homes and hostels but not public hospitals. Application for membership is made on a registration card, copies of which are obtained from one of the three participating libraries or are mailed out on request. This card needs to be signed by a doctor, community worker, health care worker or an officer of meals on wheels. The diversional therapist usually registers people in nursing homes simply by phoning or writing a note to the library staff. On receipt of the application by the library a telephone interview is conducted by a Home Library service staff member to determine the number and type of materials required. This information is placed onto a

    44. Directory Of Institutions-North Carolina
    Programs Allopathic Medicine, Anatomy, Anthropology, Art History, Asian Studies,Biochemistry, Bioengineering, Biophysics, Biopsychology, botany and Plant
    Duke University, Durham, NC 27708-0586
    Graduate Programs: East Carolina University , Greenville, NC 27858-4353
    Graduate Programs: Elon University , Elon, NC 27244

    Graduate Programs: Business Administration, Education, Physical Therapy. North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Greensboro, NC 27411
    Graduate Programs:
    Adult Education, African-American Studies, Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, Agricultural Education, Agricultural Sciences, Architectural Engineering, Art Education, Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Botany and Plant Sciences, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Construction Engineering and Management, Counselor Education, Early Childhood Education, Education, Educational Administration, Educational Media/Instructional Technology, Electrical Engineering, Elementary Education, Engineering and Applied Sciences, English, English Education, Health Education, Human Resources Development, Human Resources Management, Industrial/Management Engineering, Mathematics Education, Mechanical Engineering, Middle School Education, Nutrition, Physical Education, Reading Education, Science Education, Social Sciences Education, Social Work, Vocational and Technical Education.

    45. Directory Of Institutions-Ohio
    Chemistry, Anthropology, Applied Mathematics, Architecture, At Education, Art/FineArts, Biochemistry, Biological and Biomedical Sciences, botany and Plant
    Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, OH 44017-2088
    Graduate Programs:
    Business Administration and Management, Education, Educational Administration, International Business, Reading Education, Special Education. Bowling Green State University , Bowling Green, OH 43403
    Graduate Programs: Case Western Reserve University , Cleveland, OH 44106
    Graduate Programs: Cleveland College of Jewish Studies, Beachwood, OH 44122-7116
    Graduate Programs:
    Jewish Studies. Cleveland State University , Cleveland, OH 44115
    Graduate Programs: Kent State University, Kent, OH 44242-0001
    Graduate Programs: The McGregor School of Antioch University, Yellow Springs, OH 45387-1609

    46. TICOLICHEN Partner Institutions
    These are our partner institutions in the TICOLICHEN biodiversity inventory botanyDepartment of botany (College of Letters and Science),
    These are our partner institutions in the TICOLICHEN biodiversity inventory: INBIO Costa Rica's National Biodiversity Institute (Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad) ATTA Check out INBio's Online Specimen Database ATTA BGBM Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum in Berlin (Germany) Internet Keys Harrie Sipman's Compilation of Internet Lichen Keys Neotropical Lichen Genera Harrie Sipman's Key to Neotropical Lichen Genera UCR The University of Costa Rica Website Museo Nacional Costa Rica's National Museum National Herbarium Colecciones de Historia Natural UWM University of Wisconsin at Madison Botany Department of Botany (College of Letters and Science) Research Birge Hall and Research at the Botany Department

    47. Environmental Conservation Programs At The Field Museum
    botany Home Research Staff Collections, Through partnerships with research institutions,conservation organizations, local communities, and government agencies
    Environmental and Conservation Programs (ECP) was established in 1994 to direct The Field Museum's collections, scientific research, and educational resources to the immediate needs of conservation at local, national, and international levels. ECP is the branch of the Museum fully dedicated to translating science into action that creates and supports lasting conservation. Through partnerships with research institutions, conservation organizations, local communities, and government agencies, ECP catalyzes science-based action for conservation.
    Calumet Stewardship Day 2004
    On May 26, 2004 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., over 900 students (grades 3-12) from the Calumet region participated in the second annual Calumet Stewardship Day. The event engaged local students in hands-on education and restoration stations at three sites: Wolf Lake, Eggers Woods, and Powderhorn Lake. Stewardship work included releasing Galerucella beetles on the invasive purple loosestrife plant, removing garlic mustard and maintenance of tree nursery planted at last year's event. Local organizations from the Calumet region, government agency representatives and others led the hands-on education and restoration activity stations. The Field Museum hosted three education stations highlighting aquatic invertebrates, preparation of plant specimens and education programs. Thank you to all Field Museum staff and volunteers who helped out with the event!
    Rapid Biological Inventory in Peru Concluded
    Calumet BioBlitz
    Calumet Environmental Educational Program

    Chicago Wilderness
    Cordillera Azul ... UrbanWatch
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    48. Scientific Activity In The Institute Of Botany At The Jagiellonian University
    The Institute of botany cooperates (without formal co-operation agreements) withscientific institutions in 17 countries from Europe, Asia, the Americas and
    Scientific activity in the Institute of Botany at the Jagiellonian University
    Basic research topics
    Participation in international research projects

    Co-operation with foreign research centres

    Co-operation with Polish institutions
    Base and Distributional Atlas of Vascular Plants Protected in Poland. Part 1.

    The Institute of Botany at the Jagiellonian University is one of the largest and most significant centres of botanical studies in Poland and Central Europe. The scope of studies covers a wide range of disciplines, many of which represent world class research. The co-operation of specialists of various branches of botany under one roof results in many multi-disciplinary research projects. The scope of the cooperation with other research centres in both Poland and abroad, is also extensive. The research in our Institute concentrates on plant material in the Aristotelian sense, i.e. on assimilating plants (from various systematic groups), the domain of fungi and symbiotic organism jointly classified with them, such as lichens, and on the domain of exposed cytoplasm, i.e. slime moulds. These research topics are studied by using the methods of various branches of modern biology represented in the Institute, such as: ecology, plant geography, taxonomy, embryology, cytology, palaeobotany, and others.

    49. LinksUpdate
    botany, Internet Directory of A directory of over 4000 sites pertainingto botany and botanical institutions. http//
    Links are arranged alphabetically...
    • African Conservation Trust
    The African Conservation Trust aims to provide a means for conservation projects in Africa to become self-funding through active participation by the public. This gives ordinary people a chance to make a real and positive contribution to environmental conservation by funding and participating in the research as volunteers.
    • African Conservation Foundation
    The African Conservation Foundation has a lively website representing a large network of conservation organisations throughout Africa. It contains a wealth of accurate, up to date information about conservation activities in numerous African countries. It is an essential web site to visit to keep up to date on conservation in Africa.
    • AFRICA Geographic Online
    Africa Geographic is South Africa's leading wildlife and environmental magazine (formerly Africa - Environment and Wildlife). Visit the associated website for additional information not found in the magazine and for online shopping for books, videos and other wildlife/environment essentials.

    50. BIO-EARN Website - Network Information - Institutions
    Applied Microbiology Unit and Department of botany, University of Dar es Collaboratingand Support institutions Swedish Research Network Partners. Department of
    NETWORK INSTITUTIONS In this section: Network Information Network Partners
    Network Institutions

    PhD Students

    National Focal Points
    Steering Committee

    food for thought
    BIO-EARN Network Institutions
    • The Biodiversity Conservation and Research Institute (BCRI)
      The Biology Department, Addis Ababa University (including the Herbarium)
      Ethiopian Science and Technology Commission (ESTC) Environmental Protection Authority (EPA)
    K enya
    • University of Nairobi - Departments of Botany and Biochemistry Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) Moi University Kenya National Council for Science and Technology (NCST)
    • Applied Microbiology Unit and Department of Botany, University of Dar es Salaam Mikocheni Agricultural Research Institute Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH)
    • Med Biotech Laboratories Department of Crop Science, Makerere University

    51. Institute For Systematic Botany | Herbarium
    Research Associates (other institutions). Current research projects at the Institutefor Systematic botany include the Flora of Florida, Atlas of Florida
    The USF Herbarium was established as a research and teaching collection in 1958, two years after the founding of the University of South Florida. Location The USF Herbarium is located in rooms 170-179 of the Life Sciences Building (LIF), on the Tampa Campus of the University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
    Mailing Address:

    The Herbarium
    Department of Biology
    University of South Florida
    4202 E. Fowler Ave, SCA 110
    Tampa, FL 33620-5200 Hours The Herbarium is normally open Monday through Friday, 8am to 5 pm, except for holidays and subject to staff availability. To avoid any inconvenience, please contact the Herbarium staff prior to your visit. Collections The USF Herbarium, with nearly 230,000 specimens, is the second largest collection in Florida, the seventh largest in the southeastern United States, and ranks in the upper third of the world's herbaria in size. Area of Taxonomic and Geographic Concentration Important Collections Important collections include those of G. R. Cooley, O. Lakela, R. W. Long, J. D. Ray, Jr., B. F. Hansen, and R. P. Wunderlin.

    52. Botany --  Encyclopædia Britannica
    Library of botany The WWW Virtual Library Extensive directory of links to resourceson botany. Covers newsgroups, educational institutions, museums, research

    53. Naxa Directory - Science & Technology > Biology > > Institutions
    Group Simon Fraser University Bio Sci Home - Biological Sciences - The undergraduatemajors offered through the department include botany, Conservation
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    Biological Sciences - University of Paisley
    - The Division of Biological Sciences at the University of Paisley, Scotland, UK offers a range of courses in the biological, biochemical and biomedical fields. Degree courses are offered to Honours lev ...
    Biological Sciences at the University of California, Santa ...
    - The Biological Science departments at UCSB offer research, graduate, and undergraduate programs in a variety of life science fields.
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    Biology at Amherst - Biology Department, Amherst College Biology at Wesleyan University: Table of Contents biology at williams Biology Department Biology Department -> Home - Home Biology Department at Washington University - Washington University in St. Louis Department of Biology

    54. Institutions With Phycological Interests
    institutions with Phycological Interests. Rand Water; Rhodes University; Universityof Cape Town botany Department; University of Durban Westville;
    Institutions with Phycological Interests
    Menu Southern Africa International Last Updated: 26 May 2000
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    55. Angel Patricio Yánez M. Associate Investigator Department Of Botany
    in various Ecuadorian institutions including Herbario QCA, Fundación Ecociencia,Fundación Natura, researching Economic botany, Ethnobotany, Phytogenetic
    Botany Home Staff
    Associate Investigator
    Recent Publications and Reports
    Cinchona pubescens
    Ecology and Conservation of Native Plants

    Ecology and Control of Introduced Plants

    CDRS Herbarium

    Botany Staff
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    Friends of Galapagos: join us online store home about us ... under the sea
    "To provide the knowledge and support to ensure the conservation of the environment and bio-diversity of the archipelago of Galapagos, through scientific research and complementary actions."

    56. Bibliography And Web Resources For Victorian Botany
    in botanical and horticultural libraries, archives and related institutions in Europe Thearchival collections of the botany Libraries hold many rich sources of
    Bibliography and Web Resources for Victorian Botany
    Dr Jim Endersby, Adrian Research Fellow, Darwin College Cambridge
    Books and publications
    Allen, D. E. (1994) The Naturalist in Britain: a social history . Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press. . Aldershot, Ashgate/Variorum Arber, A. (1986) Herbals: their origin and evolution. A chapter in the history of botany 1470-1670 . Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Brockway, L. (1979) Science and Colonial Expansion: the role of the British Royal Botanic Gardens . New York, Academic Press. Browne, J. (1983) The Secular Ark: studies in the history of biogeography . New Haven, Yale University Press. The Loves of the Plants Isis Desmond, R. (1995) Kew: A history of the Royal Botanic Gardens . London, The Harvill Press. Drayton, R. H. (2000) . New Haven, Yale University Press. British Journal of the History of Science Gates, B. T. (1998) Kindred Nature: Victorian and Edwardian women embrace the living world . Chicago, University of Chicago Press. Green, J. R. (1909 (1967))

    57. CPC Map Of Member Institutions
    CPC Home Page. CPC Participating institutions. Return to Map. Canadian Journalof botany 78, 11871198. Egerton-Warburton, LM, and Allen, EB (2000).

    58. Institute Of Botany, Academy Of Sciences Of The Czech Republic
    príbuzná pracoviste / Related institutions. Katedra botaniky prírodovedeckéfakulty University Karlovy Praha / Department of botany, Charles University
    CZECH home news contacts opinions ... search
    Oborovì pøíbuzná pracovistì / Related institutions
    Katedra botaniky pøírodovìdecké fakulty University Karlovy Praha
    / Department of Botany, Charles University Prague /
    Èeská botanická spoleènost
    / Czech Botanical Society /
    Preslia – èasopis Èeské botanické spoleènosti
    / Preslia – Journal of Czech Botanical Society /
    Katedra systematické botaniky a geobotaniky MU Brno
    /Department of Systematic Botany and Geobotany, Masaryk University Brno/
    Biologická fakulta Jihoèeské university / Biological faculty,University of South Bohemia / Ústav experimentální botaniky AV ÈR, pracovištì Olomouc / Institute of Experimental Botany, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic,Olomouc Research Centre / General information Structure Research activity ... Intranet

    59. Ventures Scholars: Programs Of Study – Botany
    botany. The following member institutions offer a program in botany. To see otherprograms of study available at each university, simply click on the name.
    Undergraduate Institutions Web Site Links Admissions Personnel Fee Waivers ... Support Programs
    Botany The following member institutions offer a program in Botany. To see other programs of study available at each university, simply click on the name. Alfred University
    Bard College

    The College of Wooster

    Drew University
    University of Iowa

    60. BOTANY:
    biology specialties, organismic specialties, applied plant sciences and botanyeducation. Potential employers include educational institutions, federal and
    WHY BOTANY? Botany is the part of biology that deals with plants and, by tradition, fungi and algae. Plants are the primary energy source for humans and virtually all other organisms within the biosphere. A greater understanding of botany is necessary as we face environmental degradation, loss of biological diversity and a need for increased food production.
    The flexibility of the Botany option allows students to pursue their interests in a wide variety of specializations in the field of botany. In addition to the common biology core, students take required Botany courses to provide them with a strong overall understanding of the field of Botany, with an emphasis on vascular plants. Students complete the Botany option by choosing from a wide variety of Botany, Biology and Zoology co urses, which best fit their personal interests. Additionally, students are encouraged to gain practical experience through participation in faculty directed research projects, internships and career related summer employment.
    The Department of Biology at Ball State University has a diverse faculty with botanical teaching and research interests. The size of our program allows students to have a great deal of personal interaction with the faculty.

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