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A searchable data base of images of Texas plants and are available for educational, non-profit use. The database is... see more

The Virtual Paleobotany Lab contains the background material and instructions for 12 lab exercises from a UC Berkeley... see more

"Virtual plants" are computer simulations of the structural development and growth of individual plants in 3-D space.... see more

This Website is an Internet source which provides scientific names of different types of plants, flowers, herbs and... see more

This site introduces users to the exotic and seductive world of orchids. It is hosted by the American Orchid Society,... see more

Features 30 peer-reviewed journals from Brazil, China, India, Inodesia, Kenya, South Africa, Uganda, and Zimbabwe.... see more

This lab simulates measurements of leaf photosynthetic rates by CO2 assimilation. The objective is to understand how... see more

A series of text, images, animations, and movies offer an overview of cell division and the cell cycle. It compares... see more

Gives an in-depth explanation of photosynthesis in plants including C4 and CAM by making use of diagrams and... see more

This site provides information about plant function, plant diversity, plant ecology, and human uses of plants. Text and... see more

This Website provides learning objects for cell structure tags, cytokinesis, cytoskeletal dynamics, 3D-imaging, organelle... see more

An online diagram from the Science Tree of Life Special Issue includes links to a variety of resources to add context to... see more

This site is the main page of the Agriculture Research Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. It contains links... see more

This site provides information and shows examples of the various bryophytes. This site will continue to change as... see more

Highwire facilitates access to over 1.1 million full text scholarly articles on medical/biomedical topics. Most journal... see more

Provides access to abstracts and full text documents from USAID, including:Reports, development project documents, and... see more

The epithets are largely taken from alpine plants and found in the seed lists of the North American Rock Garden Society’s... see more

' The rapid advances made in the science of botany within the last few years necessitate changes in the text books in use... see more

"The Tennessee Landmark and Historic Tree Registry recognizes noteworthy trees or groves for their significance to... see more

'University of Idaho (UI) Extension’s Idaho Master Gardener Program provides gardeners with opportunities to improve... see more

'Changing environmental condition and global population demands understanding the plant responses to hostile environment.... see more

This is a classic book in the study of botany. In this work Levison aims to create a book that allows beginners to be... see more

'First published in 1887. Asa Grey is considered the most important American botanist of the 19th century. He was the... see more

This page is part of the Texas A & M University Department of Biogy Herbarium site. It contains images of plants, native... see more