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  1. American Household Botany: A History of Useful Plants, 1620-1900 by Judith Sumner, 2004-09-01
  2. Botany for Gardeners: An Introduction and Guide by Brian Capon, 1992-08-01
  3. Colonial Botany: Science, Commerce, and Politics in the Early Modern World
  4. The Botany of Desire: A Plant's-Eye View of the World by Michael Pollan, 2001-06-12
  5. Introductory Botany: Plants, People, and the Environment, Media Edition (with InfoTrac® 1-Semester, Premium Web Site Printed Access Card) by Linda R. Berg, 2007-03-23
  6. Introductory Plant Biology by Kingsley R Stern, Jim Bidlack, et all 2003-04-23
  7. Laboratory Topics in Botany by Ray F. Evert, Susan E. Eichhorn, et all 2005-04-22
  8. Photo Atlas for Botany by James W. Perry, David Morton, 1998-01-12
  9. Odd Botany by Thorpe Moeckel, 2002-03-01
  10. The Botany of Desire: A Plant's-Eye View of the World by Michael Pollan, 2007-05-21
  11. Essential Atlas of Botany
  12. Medical Botany: Plants Affecting Human Health by Walter Hepworth Lewis, Memory P. F. Elvin-Lewis, 2003-08-15
  13. Trailside Botany: 101 Favorite Trees, Shrubs, & Wildflowers of the Upper Midwest by John Bates, 1995-05
  14. Gray's School and Field Book of Botany: Consisting of "Lessons in Botany", and "Field, Forest, and Garden Botany", bound in one volume by Asa Gray, 2001-09-13

21. Scott's Botanical Links
This site provides useful botany education resources at the undergraduate college and advanced high school (APBiology) level. Sites
About ... Subject Index Nominations FAQ sheet Internet Search Past Month Subscriptions Awards Scott's Botanical Links Search the entire site: or visit the Search Page Special announcement: Dear viewers: It has become painfully clear that there are many choices in life. During the past eight years, I have made this site one of my priorities. Unfortunately, there are many other demands as well. I teach classes here; I conduct research; I supervise graduate students; I direct a campus-wide microscopy facility; I am chief editor for an international journal; I serve on the department's administrative committee; I am a Faculty Senator; I still have duties as Immediate Past President of the Botanical Society of America; I also operate as liaison for the electronic version of the American Journal of Botany ; and I have other websites too. I just have choices to make and this one is a time-consuming one. Only I can tell you how much I would like to do to the site to improve it! At some point in the future, I would like to resume my contributions to this resource. If you would like to see it continue

22. Botanical Society Of America A Non-profit Membership Society
?, AJB May 2004SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS for BSA Members The May issue of the American Journal of botany! View the botany 2004 ABSTRACTS online.
- View the May issue of the American Journal of Botany
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- The BOTANY 2004 ABSTRACTS online.
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Welcome to the web site of the Botanical Society of America.
Please take the time to explore our site and experience the magic of botany and the world of plants, lichens and fungi. In doing so we hope to offer you the opportunity for a better understanding and appreciation for the science of Botany. Exploring the various aspects of the plant sciences is nothing short of fascinating. In the 1958 publication, Fifty Years of Botany , BSA member E. C. Stakman stated: “When man progressed from a food gatherer to a food producer, he alleviated some problems of human subsistence but he also created many new ones. He not only transformed rice, wheat, barley, maize and millet from grass to grain but he also transformed the lands on which they were grown. He removed the natural forests, plowing grassland, draining swamps, and irrigating deserts. And he planted one kind of plant in dense stands on lands where there had been sparser populations of many kinds of native plants. This concentration of homogeneous plant populations created the same kind of problems as the concentration of human populations in cities; it tended to aggravate the problems of diseases and pests.” It is important to understand and appreciate how humans have and are altering the planet.

23. Welcome To Botany Public School
A NSW Government primary school. Includes news, the school history, staff, curriculum, information for parents and the community, P C and links.
Botany Public School Homepage click here Botany Public School Homepage click here

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25. Verbena
Information on growing from seed, distribution, appearance, growing conditions, and photos.
VERBENA (Verbe'na) DESCRIPTION: This group consists of about 200 hardy and tender perennials, some of which are semi-evergreen. They are natives of North and South America. Verbenas or Vervain can grow from 6 inches to 4 feet high and may be bushy or creeping in growth. The toothed or cut leaves usually grow opposite each other and reach a length of 1 to 3 inches. In the summer or fall, slender stalks arise and bear flattened clusters of flowers, 2 to 3 inches across. They may be multi-colored, red, rose, peach, pink, purple, lavender, or blue, usually with a white eye. V. Bonariensis (Purple Top) is a pretty species forming basal rosettes of serrated, wrinkly, dark green leaves. In the summer and autumn, thin stems topped with clusters of tiny, bright purplish-pink flowers grow. This species can reach a height of up to feet. POTTING: Verbenas are hardy from zones to 10 depending upon the variety. They can be grown as annuals in cold climates; they are tolerant of drought and are especially suitable for growing in hot, desert climates. Grow these plants in fertile, well-drained soil that is moist to on the dry side, in a sunny location. Mulch with dry straw in cold winter areas. PROPAGATION: Start seeds indoors at a temperature of 6 F. Plant them in sandy soil, 8 to 10 weeks before it's safe to plant outside. Seeds may be sown directly outdoors where they are to grow when the soil is warm. The roots of some species, such as V. rigida may be divided in the fall in mild climates; elsewhere, in the spring. Stem cuttings may be taken in the spring or fall and inserted in sand.

26. Journal Of Experimental Botany
Journal of Experimental botany is published for the Society for Experimental Biology by Oxford University Press assisted by Stanford University Libraries
OPEN ACCESS - click here to read about the JXB experiment View Current Issue
June 2004
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Journal of Experimental Botany is published for the Society for Experimental Biology by Oxford University Press assisted by Stanford University Libraries' HighWire Press
Online ISSN: 1460-2431

27. Buffalo Museum Of Science
Natural science museum with permanent, traveling and handson exhibits from anthropology, botany, geology, entomology, and zoology. Site has directions, hours, contact information and a calendar of events.
Experience an exciting world of hands-on learning on the Greater Niagara Region. From dinosaurs to exotic insects, explore more than a dozen fun-filled exhibit halls tracing natural history specimens and artifacts. 2001 brings a full year of the ’Bots. Three high-tech, robotic, traveling exhibiitions provide smart family fund for visitors of all ages! For more information visit our main Web site at htp://
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28. AAA The Randwick Botany Cycle Club In Sydney Australia
Located in the eastern suburbs of Sydney. The club caters for all grades of rider from the serious racer to the social rider.
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29. Botany Online - The Internet Hypertextbook: Contents
botany online The Internet Hypertextbook. International Edition - Contents. This edition of botany online is still under construction.
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Botany online - The Internet Hypertextbook
International Edition - Contents
This edition of Botany online is still under construction. So far, the first 45 chapters have been translated into English covering all plant anatomy, classic genetics, organic chemistry and plant biochemistry, intercellular communication, interactions between plants, fungi, bacteria, and viruses, evolution, and a part of ecology. The translation of the remaining topics proceeds continuously. Some of the links will therefore still lead you to German information units. scroll down for table of contents
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30. Cryptogamic Botany Company: Alex Frost's Studio Of Science, Art, And Design
Alex Frost's studio for work at the intersection of science and art, focusing on the use of art and design to promote appreciation of natural things that might otherwise be disregarded.
The Cryptogamic Botany Company is Alex Frost's studio for work at the intersection of science and art. In our work, we rely on sciencean investment of time in detailed studyto guide our interpretation and presentation of natural objects. Through this process, we aim to reveal value and to celebrate things that might otherwise be disregarded.

31. Department Of Botany, National Museum Of Natural History, Smithsonian Institutio
History, Link to Smithsonian Institution Home Page. The Department of botany Seeks Two Outstanding Systematic Botanists. Registration

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32. The Algae Home Page / Botany, National Museum Of Natural History, Smithsonian In
Further information about the National Museum of Natural History or the Department of botany at the Smithsonian Institution may be obtained by following these

An Introduction (Classification, Economic uses, Images) The Herbarium (Research Collection) WHAT'S NEW
National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution Research Notes (Abstracts from recent publications) Collection / Preservation Techniques for Algae Staff Recent Publications Marine Floras for the Americas
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Further information about the National Museum of Natural History or the Department of Botany at the Smithsonian Institution may be obtained by following these links. Additional site information , acknowledgments and credits, as well as a comment form to the Webmanager for this site, may be viewed by following this link.
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Identifying Harmful Marine Dinoflagellates
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33. Annals Of Botany
Annals of botany is published by Oxford University Press for the Annals of botany Company and assisted by Stanford University Libraries HighWire Press.
Please note NEW Instructions to Authors View Current Issue
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The next monthly issue will appear at the end of June Search for Articles Browse the Archive Email notification of TOCs AOB ... RELATED LINKS Other Oxford University Press journals that may be of interest: Plant and Cell Physiology Forestry Annals of Botany is published by Oxford University Press for the Annals of Botany Company and assisted by Stanford University Libraries' HighWire Press
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Print ISSN: 0305-7364 Online ISSN: 1095-8290

34. ScienceDirect - Aquatic Botany - List Of Issues More results from The Society for Economic botany (Founded 1959)Society for Economic botany. An international scientific organization fostering and encouraging scientific research
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Volumes 71 - 79 Volume 79, Issue 2 , Pages 111-202 (June 2004) Volume 79, Issue 1 , Pages 1-109 (May 2004) Volume 78, Issue 4 , Pages 295-373 (April 2004) Volume 78, Issue 3 , Pages 197-293 (March 2004) Volume 78, Issue 2 , Pages 103-195 (February 2004) Volume 78, Issue 1 , Pages 1-102 (January 2004) Volume 77, Issue 4 , Pages 243-340 (December 2003) Volume 77, Issue 3 , Pages 169-241 (November 2003) Volume 77, Issue 2 , Pages 87-167 (October 2003) Volume 77, Issue 1 , Pages 1-86 (September 2003) Volume 76, Issue 4 , Pages 267-357 (August 2003) Volume 76, Issue 3 , Pages 185-265 (July 2003) Volume 76, Issue 2 , Pages 93-184 (June 2003) Volume 76, Issue 1 , Pages 1-92 (May 2003) Volume 75, Issue 4 , Pages 275-361 (April 2003) Volume 75, Issue 3 , Pages 189-274 (March 2003) Volume 75, Issue 2 , Pages 95-187 (February 2003) Volume 75, Issue 1 , Pages 1-94 (January 2003) Volume 74, Issue 4

35. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: Economic Botany
A useful set of web links to research, information, collections and educations sites. Based at the RBG Kew website.
Activities and Disciplines
Economic Botany
Research into useful and potentially useful plants is focused in the Centre for Economic Botany (CEB), and concentrates on the United Kingdom and the world's arid and semi-arid zones. Economic Botany has always been a key aspect of scientific research at Kew and the building which houses the CEB was named after Kew's most famous economic botanist, Sir Joseph Banks. The building also houses the Economic Botany Collection, which contains more than 76,000 botanical artefacts. CEEB - Collections of Ethno- and Economic Botany Workshop, 12 June 2004 Traditional Chinese Medicines meeting, 11-12 June 2004 Programme Booking Newly published: Britain's Wild Harvest About Us Research Services ... Hosted sites
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    37. The Society For Economic Botany
    and updates to Please direct all membership renewal inquiries to the SEB representative, Allen Press, Economic botany Business Office, PO
    - - choose a page - - About SEB JOIN SEB! - Become a Member President's Message Council Members Officers Committees Past-Presidents Society History Previous Annual Meetings Related Links EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES ETHICS RESOURCES STUDENT NETWORK JOURNAL - Economic Botany Current Issue Editorial Offices Board of Associate Editors Instructions to Authors Book Reviewers Needed Current Issue Call for News Awards Distinguished Economic Botanist Schultes Research Award Klinger Award Fulling Award Morton Award SITE INDEX
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    38. Internet Directory For Botany Images
    Many links to plant photographs.
    The Internet Directory for Botany - Subject Category List and the Helsinki mirror site of the Internet Directory for Botany - Alphabetical List have been closed. The main page of the Internet Directory for Botany in Canada is still accessible.

    39. BSA Image Collection
    Teaching Section, covering plant geography, morphology, phloem development, xylem development, floral ontogeny, lichens, economic botany, carnivorous plants
    Botanical Society of America
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    - educational images for instructional use Introduction to the Site Topics Covered How to Use the Site Sponsors ... Instant Access
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    Currently we offer 15 topics plus covers to the American Journal of Botany. The following are links to thumbnails of this collection. Three formats of images are supported: 300 and 700 pixel width (these links) and ~640 and ~1200 pixel width (at Search the Collection OUR COLLECTIONS: American Journal of Botany Cover Images Carnivorous Plants Cellular Communication Channels ... Plant Morphology (also includes fungi, slime mold, lichens, mosses) Pollen Xylem Development
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