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  1. Flora morphology and systematics of Lamourouxia (Scrophulariceae: Rhinanthoideae) (Smithsonian contributions to botany, no. 6) by Wallace Roy Ernst, 1972
  2. The genera of Bambusoideae (Poaceae) of the American Continent: Keys and comments (Smithsonian contributions to botany ; no. 44) by Cleofe E Calderon, 1980
  3. A revision of the lichen family Thelotremataceae in Panama (Smithsonian contributions to botany ; no. 38) by Mason E Hale, 1978
  4. Morphological and anatomical considerations of the grass subfamily Bambusoideae based on the new genus Maclurolyra (Smithsonian contributions to botany, no. 11) by Cleofe E Calderon, 1973
  5. A monograph of the lichen genus Relicina (Parmeliaceae) (Smithsonian contributions to botany ; no. 26) by Mason E Hale, 1975
  6. Marine algae of Dominica (Smithsonian contributions to botany) by William Randolph Taylor, 1970
  7. A monograph of the lichen genus Bulbothrix Hale (Parmeliaceae) (Smithsonian contributions to botany ; no. 32) by Mason E Hale, 1976
  8. Swollen-thorn acacias of Central America (Smithsonian contributions to botany) by Daniel H Janzen, 1974
  9. Morden-Smithsonian Expedition to Dominica--the lichens (Graphidaceae) (Smithsonian contributions to botany ; no. 40) by Michael Wirth, 1978
  10. A scanning electron microscope survey of the epidermis of East African grasses, IV (Smithsonian contributions to botany) by Patricia G Palmer, 1986
  11. Partial flora of the Society Islands: Ericaceae to Apocynaceae (Smithsonian contributions to botany) by Martin Lawrence Grant, 1974
  12. The mosses of Juan Fernandez Islands (Smithsonian contributions to botany ; no. 27) by Harold Ernest Robinson, 1975
  13. Vascular flora of the Northern Marianas Islands (Smithsonian contributions to botany ; no. 22) by F. Raymond Fosberg, 1975
  14. Classification, evolution, and phylogeny of the families of Dicotyledons (Smithsonian contributions to botany) by Aaron Goldberg, 1986

81. Job Announcements At Botany & Plant Pathology, Purdue University
According to the responses of approximately 2,200 tenured faculty at US institutions,Purdue offers its faculty the best combination of research support
Purdue has the best university work environment in the country, according to a survey of researchers in the October 20, 2003 issue of The Scientist magazine. According to the responses of approximately 2,200 tenured faculty at U.S. institutions, Purdue offers its faculty the best combination of research support, infrastructure and other benefits. Among 130 institutions ranked, only the Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia exceeded the university's merits, making Purdue the top-ranked academic work environment at any U.S. university.
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82. Botany, UM Libraries
research articles in the basic areas of biology botany, zoology and dissertationsaccepted in all disciplines from North American institutions since 1861.
Guides to Info. Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources
Scope: Botany is the study of plants. It covers every aspect of plants: taxonomy, morphology, anatomy, cytology, physiology, plant ecology, pathology, genetics, paleobotany, and applied or economic botany. This guide is a selected list of information sources relating to botany. All materials listed are available in the McKeldin Library. Other University of Maryland Library holdings are also noted by the source, if applicable. Email the subject area specialist at or call 405-9068 for more information.
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To locate books, search the UM Libraries' Catalog. Subject or "word" searches will locate words and terms when they appear in the title, subject headings or notes of a record. The term "botany" will retrieve many records, so be sure to limit your search by adding additional terms or otherwise narrowing the scope of your search. Examples of words and terms you may wish to use to retrieve books on the subject of botany are: Crops
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Plants (specific names, classes or divisions)

83. Economic Botany (BSC 211)
LABORATORY. Investigation is an essential part of science, but most economicbotany courses at other institutions do not have a laboratory.
Joseph E. Armstrong Economic Botany (BSC 211) Introduction Text: Lab. Guide : Investigations in economic botany, J.E. Armstrong, Phi Sigma Book Store. Student Objectives To learn the diverse human uses of plants and plant products; To learn the taxonomic diversity of useful plants; To learn the biological reasons why certain plant resources are important; To acquire an increased awareness and appreciation of plants and plant products encountered in everyday life; To recognize geographic, historical, and cultural differences in the uses and importance of plants; To relate diverse aspects of human cultural endeavores to plant resources, and to gain a better understanding and perspective of the origins, histories, and roles of important plants and plant products to the development of human culture. Outline of Lecture Topics (Click on highlighted topics for more information and photo essays Introduction (Ch.1): What is a plant? How necessary are plants? Plant diversity Leaves, Stems, and Roots Cassava ), Sugar Plants.

84. People And Plants Online - Handbook 1 - Keeping In Touch - Resource Centres
teaching students and training specialists in economic botany;; strengthening thecapacity of institutions worldwide to advance research in economic botany.
Main About Us Publications and Videos Regions and Themes ... Feedback Institute of Economic Botany Mike Balick and his colleagues at IEB have produced an impressive number of publications resulting from their research on useful plants of the tropics. They focus on Latin America but carry out some work in Southeast Asia. IEB researchers have a special reputation for their expertise on the use and classification of palms. -GJM Some of the many ways that palm leaves are used by people (Drawn by Bobbi Angel). From: Balick, M.J. 1984. Ethnobotany of palms in the Neotropics. Advances in Economic Botany 1:9-23.
  • collecting and identifying plants, and gathering information on their uses through field research focused in the tropics; studying natural resource management on regional and local levels; conducting basic and applied research on useful plants;

85. UofT Botany Cryptogamic Herbarium
in any research program are augmented by material borrowed from other institutions. forthe Cryptogamic Herbarium was transferred to the botany Department of

86. Internet Directory For Botany: Checklists And Floras, Taxonomical Databases, Veg
de Chile is currently underway at the Department of botany of the Rodíguez, and incollaboration with an international group of specialists and institutions.
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threatened plants, gardening, biologists’ addresses, economic botany, software,and questions from 46 universities and government institutions across the US
BOTANY Arboreta and Gardens Checklists and Floras Ethnobotany Gateways and Metasites ... Societies, Organizations, and Museums ARBORETA AND GARDENS Internet Directory for Botany - Index to botanical information New York Botanical Garden Vascular Plant Type Catalog is also searchable. Kew Web Missouri Botanical Garden Morton Arboretum and Sterling Morton Library The section on plant information and collections includes e-mail reference service. Questions are answered by a librarian. U.S. National Arboretum - Includes the latest USDA Hardiness Zone Map showing lowest recorded temperatures for the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. top CHECKLISTS AND FLORAS Carnivorous Plant Database Provides nomenclature information and images of carnivorous plants that can be retrieved via the searchable database. Checklist of Online Vegetation and Plant Distribution Maps - Site is arranged by area, world or continent, and subdivided by region or country name. Flora of North America Global Plant Checklist Project top EC0NOMIC BOTANY AgNIC Home Page (Agriculture Network Information Center) - A distributed network of agriculture-related information, subject area experts, and other resources.

88. University Of Manitoba Management, Professional And Community
are transferable for credit between the participating institutions. Courses at aGlance. (Course hours are in parentheses.) Course, Term. Applied botany (60), 1

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Gardening and Landscaping Evening Courses The University of Manitoba, Continuing Education Division and the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences are partners in developing and delivering the Prairie Horticulture Certificate Program. This program focuses on those subject areas of horticulture specific to the prairies especially with respect to production and market conditions, climate, crop type, pests, disease and other relevant prairie topics. Four Western Canadian educational institutions - Assiniboine Community College (Brandon, Manitoba), University of Manitoba (Winnipeg, Manitoba), University of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan), and Olds College (Olds, Alberta) - have joined together to offer the Prairie Horticulture Certificate Program, the first home study horticulture certificate program designed specifically for use in the prairie provinces. Each partner in the consortium will develop courses for the certificate program in its areas of expertise. All courses have been developed in cooperation with the horticulture industry.

89. Armenia:Institutions
legumes; breeding Ex situ collections wild relatives of crops is more than 3 500accessions Herbarium 350 accessions Institute of botany, Botanical Gardens
Your browser does not support script Welcome to Armenia Country Profile Visitor's Notepad Maps ... Photo Gallery PGR in Armenia Institutions PGR Unit Members Status of Database Collection Missions ... Legislation The Ministry of Agriculture
Minister: David Lokyan
3, governmental building, Republic Square, 375010, Yerevan, the Republic of Armenia
Tel: +(374 1) 52 4641, 52 2636; Fax: +(374 1) 52 3793
The Ministry of Nature Protection
Minister: Vardan Ayvazyan
35, Moskovian Str., 375002, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia
Tel: (3741) 521099; Fax: (3741) 533372
a r m e n i a National Acadmy of Sciences Founded:5 November 1943 on the basis of the USSR Academy of Sciences' Armenian Branch, organized in 1935 President: Academician Fadey Sargsian (since 1993) 24, Baghramian avenue, 375019, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia Tel:+(374 1) 52 4750 E-mail: URL: Academy of Agricultural Sciences Founded: 1945 President: Sergey Ghazaryan 24, Baghramian avenue, 375019, Yerevan, the Republic of Armenia

90. Kazakhstan:Institutions
Karasay region, Almaty province, Kazakhstan Tel +(8 3272) 29 5609; Fax +(8 3272)29 5622 Email Institute of botany 36d, Timiryazev str
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The Ministry of Agriculture
Minister: Akhmetjan Yesimov
49, Abay Str., 473000, Astana, Kazakhstan
Tel: +(8 3172) 32 3763; Fax: +(8 3172) 32 4541
Vice-Minister: Akilbek Kurishbaev
Tel: +(8 3172) 32 4060; Fax: +(8 3172) 32 6713
Department of Sciences:
Head: Kopmagambet Yelemesov
Fax: +(8 3172) 32 3048 E-mail: or k a z a k h s t a n Department of Plant Growing and Farming Head: Bayan Alimgazinova Tel/Fax: +(8 3172) 32 3048 E-mail: (indicate for Ms Alimgazinova) Kazakh Scientific-Production Center of Farming and Plant Growing Under the Ministry of Agriculture Founded: 4 August 1934 Head: Prof. Aigul Abugalieva 1 Erlepesov str., Almalybak village, 483133, Karasay region, Almaty province, Kazakhstan Tel/Fax: +(8 3272) 98 3608 E-mail:

91. Botany - Encyclopedia Article About Botany. Free Access, No Registration Needed.
botany. Word Word. botany . Click the link for more information. .Scope and motivation of botany. As
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Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition Botany (sometimes referred to as plant science(s) or plant biology ) is the branch of biology Biology is the science of life. It is concerned with the characteristics and behaviors of organisms, how species and individuals come into existence, and the interactions they have with each other and with their environment.
Overview of biology
Biology encompasses a broad spectrum of academic fields that are often viewed as independent disciplines. Together, they study life over a wide range of scales:
Click the link for more information. concerned with the scientific study of plants This article is about plants as living organisms. Other uses of the word plant include: a factory, plant (person). In biology, a plant usually refers to a living organism in Kingdom Plantae. In daily use, it may not be the case, as described below.
Difficulties in the definition
The term plant is far more difficult to define than might be obvious. Although botanists describe a Kingdom Plantae, the boundaries defining members of Plantae are more exclusive than common definitions of "plant". We are tempted to regard
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92. Athens Users Login
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93. Botany - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
botany. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. botany is the scientificstudy of plant life. As Scope and motivation of botany. As
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Botany is the scientific study of plant life . As a branch of biology , it is also sometimes referred to as plant science(s) or plant biology . Botany covers a wide range of scientific disciplines that study the growth reproduction metabolism development ... diseases , and evolution of plant life. Nearly all the food we eat comes (directly and indirectly) from plants like this American long grain rice. This one of the many reasons that botany is an important topic of study and research. Table of contents 1 Scope and motivation of botany
1.1 Feed the world

1.2 Understand fundamental processes

1.3 Utilise medicine and materials
Scope and motivation of botany
As with other life forms in biology, plant life can be studied at a variety of levels, from the molecular genetic and biochemical level through to organelles cells tissues organs and the biodiversity of whole plants. At the top end of this scale, plants can be studied in populations, communities and ecosystems (as in ecology ). At each of these levels a botanist might be concerned with the classification ( taxonomy ), structure (

94. [1918-19] Annual Report Of The President Of The University On Behalf Of The Rege
the past year material has been sent to a number of institutions for this The BotanyBuilding, which now houses the laboratories of phaenogamic, economic, and
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[1918-19] Annual Report of the President of the University on Behalf of the Regents to His Excellency the Governor of the State of California
Summary of Reports: Submitted to the President by Departments Botany
Donations to the Herbarium have been less in the past year than in former years, totaling 1393 specimens, which include both material for incorporation into the general collection and for use as exchange material. The need of securing provision for a large amount of material to be used in exchange is urgent. The interest in plant introductions is general in California, and the people of the state are making use of the collection composing the Herbarium and of the services of the staff in increasing degree. To meet the prospective needs it is very desirable that the representation in the Herbarium of floras of the Pacific countries other than western North America be largely augmented by securing exchanges from herbaria abroad. In addition to the exchange material received in the past year from various people of the state, including the members of the department, the Herbarium has acquired accessions from similar institutions in return for material sent from the University Herbarium. Another way in which the collection is demonstrating its value is by the loan of material for purposes of research to institutions both within the state and beyond its borders. During the past year material has been sent to a number of institutions for this purpose, among them being the University of Illinois, the National Herbarium at Washington, Leland Stanford Junior University, and the Museum of History, Science, and Art in Los Angeles. To protect properly the collection from insect attack and the risk of loss by fire, some years ago the policy was adopted of purchasing a number of steel cases annually. At present less than half of the total number of sheets (220,000) are so protected and there are on hand ready for mounting, and for which at present no storage facilities are provided, enough specimens to raise the total collection to a quarter of a million sheets.

95. Institute Of Botany SAS
Institute of botany SAS, Bratislava. The Institute is active in under and postgraduatetraining in the fields of botany, mycology, and plant physiology.
Institute of Botany SAS, Bratislava wellcome Dúbravská cesta 14, 845 23 Bratislava
tel: 00421 2 5477 3507, fax: 00421 2 5477 1948

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Publications Technical and economical department Printed Publications Flora of Slovakia
Plant communities of Slovakia Checklist of non-vascular and vascular plants of Slovakia Database of the phytocenological data Projects Present Previous Research Group Slovak Botanical Society Slovak Mycological Society Jan Futak - Botanical Association From the history st A brief characteristics of the Institute Scientific activities of the Institute are concentrated on two main subjects. The first one is the research on plant cover of the territory of Slovakia as related to the flora and vegetation of the Central Europe. The key projects are multi-volume works Flora of lower and higher plants of Slovakia, and Survey of plant communities of Slovakia. The second subject is research on structure and physiological functions of plant roots, and on stress physiology. The Institute is active in under- and postgraduate training in the fields of botany mycology , and plant physiology . The international journal Biologia - Section Botany is issued by the Institute. The Institute possesses

96. BGCI - Investing In Nature Canada - Links - Botany
A Partnership for Plants in Canada Un partenariat canadien pour lesplantes. General botany. Canadian Botanical Conservation Network
BOTANIC GARDENS CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL SEARCH: BGCI Canada International Site BGCI CANADA Select a regional site China Canada Russia India United States Japan Worldwide
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  • Canadian Botanical Conservation Network (CBCN):
    • Basic theoretical concepts, educational materials for students and educators, link to activity guide for primary/junior-aged students ‘Botanist in Training’ program an excellent plant/biodiversity based program- very interesting, engaging, site easy to navigate through for all basic reading age ranges provides a good diversity of information and access to botanical organisations and projects for the interested reader
    DEPARTMENTS institutions. Section of Mathematics. Chair Prof. DEPARTMENT OFBOTANY Šlechtitelù 11, 783 71, Olomouc Head of department prof. ing.
    Tomkova 40, 772 00 Olomouc
    Head of department: prof. RNDr. Jan Andres, CSc.
    Tel.: + 420 585 634 602
    The department guarantees the magister’s degree studies in mathematics and its applications and bachelor’s study in mathematics and economics, further specialised in banking, while in the realm of doctoral study the department caters for mathematical analysis, approximate and numerical methods.
    Scientific profile of the department: dynamic systems, mathematical statistics, numerical methods, mathematical modelling in mechanics. DEPARTMENT OF ALGEBRA AND GEOMETRY
    Tomkova 40, 772 00 Olomouc
    Head of department: prof. RNDr. Jiøí Rachùnek, DrSc.
    Tel.: + 420 585 634 650
    E-mail: The Department of Algebra and Geometry is responsible for teacher training in mathematics and descriptive geometry and for doctoral study of algebra. Scientific orientation: universal algebra, ordered algebraic structures, ordered sets, incidence structures, differential geometry of manifolds and other morphisms, setting co-ordinate systems in projection planes, humanization of mathematical education.

    98. SFSU Botany Undergraduate Program
    The botany program also maintains cordial relationships with other institutionsin the San Francisco Bay Area, enhancing and encouraging opportunities for
    College of Science and Engineering Undergraduate Programs
    The Botany program at San Francisco State University is designed to provide students with a broad background in biology of plants and their interrelationships with other organisms. Owing to the extensive and well-balanced curriculum in botany, students working toward the Bachelor of Science: Concentration in Botany have opportunities to study structural, physiological, ecological, and evolutionary aspects of plants. Interested students are encouraged to combine or supplement their studies with pertinent course-work in zoology, microbiology, or molecular biology. Upon graduation from SFSU with the B.S. in Biology: Concentration in Botany, students will be well-prepared for occupations in botanical fields or for graduate study in Botany. Faculty
    The faculty in Botany at SFSU have diverse research and teaching interests, including plant physiology and metabolism, anatomy, morphology, taxonomy and evolution, ecology, conservation, mycology, and molecular biology.

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