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  1. Fine structure of the cortex in the lichen family Parmeliaceae viewed with the scanning-electron microscope (Smithsonian contributions to botany, no. 10) by Mason E Hale, 1973
  2. A study of the tribe Gesnerieae, with a revision of Gesneria (Gesneriaceae, Gesnerioideae) (Smithsonian contributions to botany ; no. 29) by Laurence E Skog, 1976
  3. New records of marine algae from the 1974 R/V Dolphin cruise to the Gulf of California (Smithsonian contributions to botany ; no. 34) by James N Norris, 1976
  4. Morden-Smithsonian Expedition to Dominica: the lichens (Parmeliaceae) (Smithsonian contributions to botany, no. 4) by Mason E Hale, 1971
  5. A monograph of the lichen genus Parmelina Hale (Parmeliaceae) (Smithsonian contributions to botany ; no. 33) by Mason E Hale, 1976
  6. Pollen morphology and phylogenetic relationships of the Berberidaceae (Smithsonian contributions to botany ; no. 50) by Joan W Nowicke, 1981
  7. Commercial timbers of West Africa (Smithsonian contributions to botany, no. 14) by Edward S Ayensu, 1974
  8. Leaf anatomy and systematics of New World Velloziaceae (Smithsonian contributions to botany) by Edward S Ayensu, 1974
  9. A revision of the genus Olyra and the new segregate genus Parodiolyra (Poaceae, Bambusoideae, Olyreae) (Smithsonian contributions to botany) by Thomas R Soderstrom, 1989
  10. The woody bamboos (Poaceae:Bambuseae) of Sri Lanka: A morphological-anatomical study (Smithsonian contributions to botany) by Thomas R Soderstrom, 1988
  11. A revision of American Velloziaceae (Smithsonian contributions to botany ; no. 30) by Lyman B Smith, 1976
  12. A revision of the tribal and subtribal limits of the Heliantheae (Asteraceae) (Smithsonian contributions to botany) by Harold Ernest Robinson, 1981
  13. Revision of Pearcea (Gesneriaceae) (Smithsonian contributions to botany) by Lars Peter Kvist, 1996
  14. Opal phytoliths in Southeast Asian flora (Smithsonian contributions to botany) by Lisa Kealhofer, 1998

61. MaPSTeDI - Participating Institutions
Home. Participating institutions. The four sections involved in this grant are1) Zoology 2) Paleontology and Geology 3) botany, and 4) Entomology.
Participating Institutions
University of Colorado Museum of Natural History
Address: Henderson Building, 218 UCB, Boulder, CO 80309
Overview: UCM museum collections date back to the 1870's, before its founding in 1902. The museum is now split into five sections each with its own staff. The four sections involved in this grant are: 1) Zoology 2) Paleontology and Geology 3) Botany, and 4) Entomology. Over the last three years, the condition of the UCM collections and their data has been substantially enhanced as the result of two NSF-funded collections improvement projects (NSF DBI 9728995, NSF DEB 9709543). Collections:
Zoology . The Zoology Section collections strength is in the bioregion, especially Colorado and the surrounding plains, plateaus and basins. All of the collections (mollusks, other invertebrates, fishes, amphibians, reptiles, and mammals) are the largest in the state except for the birds, which are the second largest. The collections are approximately 85% databased.
Paleontology . The Geology Section of the UCM houses the Paleontology Collection, which emphasizes the Cenozoic fossil record of the Rocky Mountain region. Including invertebrates (primarily insects, spiders, and mollusks), vertebrates, and plants, the collections is the largest in numbers of catalogued specimens in the Rocky Mountain region.

62. DSMZ - Abbreviations Of Collections And Institutions
DSMZ Abbreviations of Collections and institutions, © by China.ASIB, Institute of botany, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC.
DSMZ - Abbreviations of Collections and Institutions ACAM Australian Collection of Antarctic Microorganisms, Hobart, Australia ACM Australian Collection of Microorganisms, Department of Microbiology, University of Queensland ACTU see FAT AGAL Australian Government Analytical Laboratories, Pymble, Australia AJ Ajinomoto Company, Inc., Central Research Laboratories, Kawasaki, Japan AMC Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C., USA AMIF American Meat Institute Foundation, Chicago, Ill., USA AMNH American Museum of Natural History, New York, USA AMRC Institute of Medical Microbiology, Arhus University, Denmark ARCH see HACC AS CGMCC-China General Microbiological Culture Collection Center, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China ASIB Institute of Botany, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. ATCC American Type Culture Collection, Manassas, Virginia, USA ATHUM Culture Collection of Fungi, University of Athens, Department of Biology, Section of Ecology and Systematics, Athens, Greece ATU see FAT AUCM see VKM AWI Alfred-Wegener-Institut BAFF BGA Bundesgesundheitsamt, Berlin, Germany

63. School Of Botany@The University Of Melbourne - Herbarium Details
The Herbarium receives loans from other institutions on behalf of Schoolof botany research personnel. All documentation for these
University of Melbourne Herbarium Herbarium Details [Intro] [Loans] [Collecting Permits] [Research] ...
Other documents available
1. Details of Collection
1.1. Name of Collection
The University of Melbourne Herbarium (MELU)
1.2. Location of Collection
School of Botany (Room 19, First Floor, Natural Philosophy Building, The University of Melbourne, Victoria, 3010, AUSTRALIA)
1.3. Address of Collection
The University of Melbourne Herbarium(MELU)
School of Botany
The University of Melbourne
Victoria 3010
ph: +61-3-8344 5040
fax: +61-3-9347 5460
1.4. Staff
Director: Dr Andrew N. Drinnan Collections Manager: Nicole Middleton Technical Officer: Kathy Vohs Research Staff
Dr Gerry T. Kraft (algae)
Prof. Pauline Y. Ladiges (Myrtaceae)
Dr Andrew N. Drinnan (palaeobotany)
Associate Staff:
Dr Sophie C. Ducker (algae)
Dr Ian Thompson (Asteraceae)
Mr David Meagher (bryophytes)
1.5. Nature of Collection
Plant, algal and fungal specimens preserved and mounted in the following ways
  • Dried and pressed, fixed to cardboard sheets

64. School Of Botany@The University Of Melbourne - Collecting Permit Information
botany Logo. University of Melbourne Herbarium. Loans. Loans from The University ofMelbourne Herbarium (MELU) are made to institutions rather than to individuals
University of Melbourne Herbarium Loans [Intro] [Loans] [Collecting Permits] [Research] ... [Database] Loans from The University of Melbourne Herbarium (MELU) are made to Institutions rather than to individuals. Requests for loans are to be addressed to the Collections Manager, and can be sent either by email or on institution letterhead. Loan requests on behalf of staff or students should come from the Director or Curator of a herbarium. MELU is authorized by the Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service under the Commonwealth of Australia Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act 1999 to exchange Museum/Herbarium specimens and handle specimens under the Convention for International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) . Institutions wishing to borrow specimens from MELU must be registered with CITES. Conditions governing the loan of botanical specimens from MELU 1. A copy of these loan conditions must be given to the botanist using the loan. 2. Loans are initially for 12 months . If necessary, an extension will be granted upon written application.

65. Educational Institutions : Calcutta Library Network (CALIBNET)
Faculty of Science, botany Computer Science Chemistry Geography Mathematics PhysicsStatistics Different Bhavanas and other institutions of VisvaBharati.
CALIBNET Mailing List
Educational Institutions
Universities Institutions of Higher Education Management Higher Technical Institutes Others Universities Other Institutions of Higher Education AICTE Approved Institutes of Management Studies Institutes of Higher Technical Education University of Calcutta 87/1 College Street
Calcutta 700073
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66. The Academy Of Natural Sciences - Research - Center For Systematic Biology And E
Because the Academy was one of the first scientific institutions in the New World asa resource for research on plants and on the history of American botany.
You are in Research Center for Systematic Biology and Evolution / Botany
S E A R C H Center for Systematic Biology and Evolution Departments Collections

Now Available!
Digital images of every plant in the Lewis and Clark Herbarium on CD.
Botany Department

Collections in the Herbarium
Research NEW Herbarium Upgrade What is a herbarium? Visiting the Herbarium Contacts ...
Click here for:

Contacts: Dr. James Macklin Collection Manager Educational Activities Dr. Richard McCourt Dr. A.E. (Ernie) Schuyler McHenry Fellowship and Internships Dr. Lucinda McDade Dr. Richard McCourt Aphelandra impressa (Acanthaceae) The herbarium of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia houses the Academy's collection of botanical specimens. Because the Academy was one of the first scientific institutions in the New World, the herbarium holds some of the oldest and most important plant collections in the Americas. PH (the official, internationally recognized abbreviation for the herbarium at the Academy of Natural Sciences) has about 1.5 million dried, pressed specimens and plays a vital role as a resource for research on plants and on the history of American botany.

67. Botany Research Guide
for Plant Biodiversity Research site with links to botanical databases, herbaria,research institutions, botanic gardens, floras, etc. botany Related WWW Sites
Botany Research Guide
Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, etc. Quick Facts Find Books Find Articles ... Citing Sources
Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, etc. the Encyclopedia of Flowers and Plants Common Names of Plant Diseases . Includes both fungal and viral diseases. From the American Phytopathological Society Encyclopedia of Plants and Flowers Reference SB 403.2 .A438 2002 Facts on File Dictionary of Botany Reference QK 9 F33 2003 Illustrated Dictionary of Mycology . Reference QK 600.35 .U4513 2000 Illustrated Encyclopedia of Succulents General Collection SB 438 R682
Illustrated Encyclopedia of Trees
General Collection QK 475 .E29 1978 Lichens of North America . General Collection QK 586.5 .B76 2001 Medicinal plants of the world : chemical constituents, traditional, and modern medicinal uses . General Collection RS 164 R676 1999
NatureServe an Online Encyclopedia of Life

Authoritative information on more than 50,000 plants and animals in the U.S. Type in scientific or common name and then click on comprehensive report. The report includes distribution and conservation information, ecology and life history, and references to further information. Mosses and other bryophytes - an illustrated glossary . General Collection QK 537.M35 2000 On-line glossary of technical terms in plant pathology
Edited by Dr. Phil A. Arneson

This site includes a list of member institutions. Botanical Latin; CSU Bioweb botanyPage; Botanical.Com A comprehensive site devoted to resources on botany and
Silvanus, deus agrorum
(Badisches Landesmuseum Karlsruhe. Photo J. McMahon)
Updated 8/05/00

69. Bachelor's, Master's, And Doctor's Degrees Conferred By Institutions Of Higher E
and doctor s degrees conferred by institutions of higher 167 180 743 442 301 botany, total .. 394
site index 1999 Tables and Figures All Years of Tables and Figures ...
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(452 kb Excel file). Download this table as a Lotus 123 spreadsheet (198 kb Lotus file). Download this table in PDF format (77 kb PDF file). Table 258.- Bachelor's, master's, and doctor's degrees conferred by institutions of higher education, by sex of student and field of study: 1996-97 NOTE.Aggregations by field of study derived from the Classification of Instructional Programs developed by the National Center for Education Statistics. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), "Completions" survey. (This table was prepared June 1999.) back to top NCES
JUST RELEASED! Condition of Education 2004 NEW! Search for Public Libraries College Opportunities On-Line (COOL) Adds Admissions Information NCES Home ... Site Index National Center for Education Statistics Institute of Education Sciences U.S. Dept. of Education

70. Environmental Studies Curriculum Offered At ACS Member Institutions
courses recommended for the environmental studies minor BI 206 Field botany; andarable land may destabilize economic, political, and social institutions.
Environmental Studies Curriculum
Mission and History

Leadership Roles



Campus as Lab


Global Community
CAMPUS CONTACTS Team Member by Group ACS Database CURRICULUM Course List by Campus Majors, Minors and Programs STUDENTS Student Interns Careers/Internships WebBoard EVENTS Upcoming Workshops Past Workshops/ Conferences ... Programs RESOURCES Travel Policies Campus Greenpages Campus Operations Campus Calendars ... Websites Environmental Studies Curriculum offered at ACS Member Institutions Birmingham Southern College Centenary College Centre College Davidson College ... Washington and Lee University Birmingham-Southern College Environmental Studies Minor For further information, contact: Jeanne Jackson Director of Leadership Studies Birmingham-Southern College 900 Arkadelphia Rd. Birmingham, AL 35254

71. ISEP Institutions
literature, Asian studies*, astronomy*, biochemistry*, biology*, botany*, chemistry*,classics at Iowa; however undergraduates from foreign institutions will be
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Map from used by permission of Microsoft Corporation. ISEP member institutions in Iowa:
The University of Iowa

Iowa State University of Science and Technology
Links about Iowa:
State of Iowa

City of Ames

City of Iowa City

Iowa Department of Natural Resources
Davenport Museum of Art
  • A major national research university with a solid liberal arts foundation, located in a progressive midwestern town.
  • Offers 950 student-accessible computers in 23 instructional technology centers; library is ranked 28th in the U.S. (Association of Research Libraries).
  • Active cultural life centers around Hancher Auditorium and excellent departments of Dance, Theater, Music, Studio Art and Creative Writing.
Iowa City, Iowa (pop. 60,000)
Undergraduate, Graduate
Academic year or semester exchanges AP ratio of 5:3 Profile:
U of Iowa enrolls 20,500 undergraduate and 9,000 graduate and professional students. Foreign students are seven percent of the student body. About 63 percent of the students are Iowa residents. Approximately 20 percent of the students live on campus. The 14 campus libraries house more than 4 million volumes. There are libraries in art and art history, botany and chemistry, business administration, education and psychology, engineering, geology, health sciences, mathematics, music, physics and zoology. The Iowa Writer's Workshop for literature has a worldwide reputation. Arts facilities include Clapp Recital Hall, Hancher Auditorium, with a seating capacity of 2,676, three theaters housed in the Theater Building, and the University of Iowa Museum of Art, a major art institution supported by the state. Performing arts facilities include the University Theater. The Iowa Memorial Union is the center of student activity, incorporating student services, shops, lounges and cafes. A variety of sports facilities are available.

72. ISEP Institutions
ISEP member institutions in Kansas Emporia State University Fort Hays arts, atmospheric/earthsciences*, geology*, biology*, botany*, microbiology*, zoology
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Map from used by permission of Microsoft Corporation. ISEP member institutions in Kansas:
Emporia State University

Fort Hays State University

University of Kansas

Kansas State University
Wichita State University
Links about Kansas:
State of Kansas

City of Emporia

City of Hays

City of Lawrence
... We Shall Overcome: Historic Places of the Civil Rights Movement also offers an ISEP-Direct (fee-paid) program with ESL. EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY Emporia, Kansas (pop. 35,000) Undergraduate, Graduate Academic year or semester exchanges AP ratio 0:1 Profile: Established in 1863, Emporia State University (ESU) has an enrollment of 6,000 students including students from 35 states and more than 50 countries. The university offers more than 60 majors with an additional 52 areas of concentration leading to 17 degrees at the bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels through the university's four schools: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, School of Business, the Teachers College, and School of Library and Information Management. The campus covers over 200 acres and includes technologically advanced classrooms, attractive, academic and administrative buildings, comfortable residence halls and apartments. Other facilities include a Planetarium, Geology and Wildlife museum, Family Wellness Center, Natural History Reservation, the William Allen White Library, an International House, a Physical Education Building, Sports Complex and the National Teachers Hall of Fame.

73. OWU Online | Botany/Microbiology
can explore the biology of plants at an indepth level not possible at most liberalarts institutions. Ohio Wesleyan offers a major sequence in botany that can

, the study of plant biology, has taken on a new look. The study of plant molecular biology has showed new ways to improve crop plants and combat plant diseases. Ohio Wesleyan offers you the opportunity to collaborate with faculty in their research on plant biodiversity, molecular biology, and ecology that address these concerns.
At Ohio Wesleyan you can explore the biology of plants at an in-depth level not possible at most liberal arts institutions. Ohio Wesleyan offers a major sequence in botany that can stand on its own, or can complement a second major, such as environmental studies or genetics. All students in the biological sciences, including botany majors, begin with a core of three courses, and then take upper-level courses to gain depth in a particular area. Within the botany major you may specialize by choosing from a wide range of upper-level courses.
is the study of small forms of life, including bacteria, fungi, and viruses. With the development of recombinant DNA technology in the 1970s, bacteria became an important research tool used to understand how DNA expression was controlled on the molecular level. Most major research universities have biologists whose work involves advanced genetic techniques, but very few undergraduate colleges can boast, like Ohio Wesleyan University can, of faculty in microbiology, zoology, and botany who use these techniques routinely in classroom laboratory experiments and research.
OWU also has a program for genetics and molecular biology . The Botany/Microbiology Department follows the guidelines for the microbiology curriculum established by the American Society for Microbiology.

74. Admissions Check List - Department Of Botany, UW-Madison
of botany Applicant Information Form; botany/Biology Course History Form; of Recommendation(no special form required); Transcripts (all institutions of higher
UW-Madison Department of Botany > Admissions Check Listt
Admissions Check List
This list provides a quick check for items required in the admissions process by both the Botany Department and Graduate School. Be sure to follow carefully the thorough directions given on the official Graduate School admission forms. Items to Botany Dept. Domestic Applicants:
  • Dept. of Botany Applicant Information Form Botany/Biology Course History Form Reasons for Graduate Study (i.e. statement of purpose) (3) Letters of Recommendation (no special form required)* Transcripts ( all institutions of higher learning attended for credit) Official GRE scores from ETS test
International Applicants:
  • Dept. of Botany Applicant Information Form Botany/Biology Course History Form Reasons for Graduate Study (i.e. statement of purpose) (3) Letters of Recommendation (no special form required) Transcripts ( all institutions of higher learning attended for credit)* Official GRE scores from ETS Official TOEFL scoresminimum 580 paper-based/230 computer-based
* We recommend that, if at all possible, you include letters of recommendation with the departmental application materials. Request that your referees seal and sign the envelopes containing the letter of recommendation (we do not require a form for letters) so that you may insert these into your application packet. If this is not possible, please be sure that these letters are sent

75. ALA | Internet Resources: Botany
rainforests, tropical biology, databases, a world map of botany sites, software relatedquestions from 46 universities and government institutions across the US
ALA American Library Association Search ALA Contact ALA ... Login Quicklinks Career Opportunities Chapters CHOICE Committees Directory of Leadership e-Learning Forms Information Literacy Marketing @ your library Publications Catalog RBM Recruiting to the Profession Scholarly Communication Sections Tipsheets Publications
Career Opportunities

Back Issues: 2004

Back Issues: 2003
... Back issues: 2000 June
Botany: Putting names and faces to botany information
June 2000
Vol. 61 No. 6 by Lori Bronars and Anne Prestamo
The following annotated list of Internet sites for botany is aimed at common information needs of librarians or library users, from undergraduates to professionals.1 Gateways and metasites
Internet Directory for Botany.
Access: Including more than 3,000 links, this site features both searchable and browsable gateways. Categories include: databases, multimedia experiences, illustrations, systematics, and Web resources. Access: Green Links. A specialized gateway with browsable categories including marine biology, rainforests, tropical biology, databases, a world map of botany sites, software, and species names.

76. Job Opportunities In The Botany Department
new faculty member will benefit from the many institutions located in Island EcosystemResearch Center (administratively housed in the botany Department), as
Job Opportunities in the Botany Department University of Hawai`i at Manoa Assistant Professor of Algal Systematics Applications are now being accepted for a tenure-track position for a faculty member who will develop an active research program that will emphasize the Hawaiian and tropical Pacific flora. Teaching requirements include an introductory biology course, a phycology course and a graduate course in the faculty member's area of specialization. Minimum qualification include a PhD in botany or a related biological science, as well as demonstrated teaching and research experience. Desirable qualifications include field work or cruise experience in coral reef or other tropical ecosystem and postdoctoral research experience. The goal in filling this position is to expand the Department's intellectual base in supporting the study of marine algae in the tropics. The UHM Botany department has a long history of research and instruction in tropical phycology. This includes the major activities by Professor Maxwell Doty and Isabella Abbott , on-going studies by Dr.

77. Indigenous Knowledge And Institutions
IleIfe, Nigeria Research Group on Local institutions and Socio-Economic Development,Department of Public Administration (Advances in Economic botany, no. 7).
WORKSHOP RESEARCH LIBRARY Indigenous Knowledge and Institutions Compiled by Charlotte Hess January 2000 Maffi, Luisa, ED. 1996. "Endangered Languages, Endangered Knowledge, Endangered Environments: Abstracts of Presentations for the Working Conference, Berkeley, CA, October 25-27, 1996." Acharya, Bipin Kumar. 1994. "Nature Cure and Indigenous Healing Practices in Nepal: A Medical Anthropological Perspective." In Anthropology of Nepal: Peoples, Problems, and Processes . M. Allen, ed. Kathmandu, Nepal: Mandala Book Point. Acheson, James. 1994. "Transaction Costs and Business Strategies in a Mexican Indian Pueblo." In Anthropology and Institutional Economics . J. Acheson, ed. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. (Monographs in Economic Anthropology, no. 12). Acheson, James M. 1990. "The Management of Common Property in a Mexican Indian Pueblo." Presented at "Designing Sustainability on the Commons," the first annual conference of the International Association for the Study of Common Property, Duke University, Durham, NC, September 27-30, 1990. Adamowicz, W., T. Beckley, and W. Phillips 1998. "In Search of Forest Resource Values on Indigenous Peoples: Are Nonmarket Valuation Techniques Applicable?"

78. Department Of Botany, Charles University In Prague
taxonomic studies of research workers and students of the Department of botany.CCF offers its strains to other nonprofit institutions and industrial
CCF - Culture Collection of Fungi Scientific staff of CCF:
Mrs. - head of CCF ( Zygomycetes, Mucorales
Mrs. - curator of CCF ( Ascomycetes: Eurotiales, Deuteromycetes: Penicillium etc.)
Mr. Ascomycetes: Pyrenomycetes, Deuteromeycetes: Dematiaceae Technical staff of CCF:
Information about collection
The Culture Collection of Fungi was established in 1964-65. In 1972 the CCF was admitted into the World Federation for Culture Collections (WFCC) of the International Association of Microbiological Societies with reg. No. 182. In 1985 the CCF entered into the European Culture Collections Organization (ECCO).
The Culture Collection of Fungi consists of around 2000 strains of fungi ( Zygomycetes, Ascomycetes, Deuteromycetes
The CCF serves as teaching material for mycologists, material for comparative taxonomic studies of research workers and students of the Department of Botany. CCF offers its strains to other non-profit institutions and industrial laboratories, too. It also provides storage for patent strains from Czech institutions.
The Collection is taken care of by three professionals engaged at the same time as pedagogues at the Department of Botany. The strains are maintained in tubes on slope agar media in a refrigerator at cca 5 oC . For long-term strain storage freeze-drying is also employed.

79. Visitor Information / Botany Department, National Museum Of Natural History, Smi
Return to top, Each year, the Department of botany receives visitorsfrom research institutions around the world. The purpose of
Each year, the Department of Botany receives visitors from research institutions around the world. The purpose of such visits usually involves working with the vast botanical collections maintained by the Department and consulting with members of the staff on the subject of their research. ARRANGE YOUR VISIT: The logistics of arranging a visit are quite simple. Contact the Collections Manager, Rusty Russell , and provide the following information: name, institutional affiliation, dates of visit, and purpose of visit. Ensure that sufficient notice is given so that necessary arrangements can be made for you. Also be aware that the collection is not open on weekends or government holidays. ACCOMMODATIONS: The Department of Botany is located in the National Museum of Natural History at 10th and Constitution, NW(on the Mall). As such, there are very few hotels within walking distance. However, we are quite accessible by Metro subway Metro bus system TRANSPORTATION: Washington is served by three major airports - Ronald Reagan National Airport (most convenient for domestic travelers), Dulles International, and Baltimore-Washington International (BWI).

80. Directory Of Arid Lands Research Institutions 1995
Research program Locations Cape Verde, GuineaBissau Subjects Cape Verde studieson botany and flora (as this country is a maritime extension of the Sahel

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