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  1. The Botany of Desire: A Plant's-Eye View of the World by Michael Pollan, 2002-05-28
  2. Botany in a Day:The Patterns Method of Plant Identification by Thomas J. Elpel, 2004-01
  3. Botany for Gardeners: Third Edition by Brian Capon, 2010-05-21
  4. Botany for the Artist: An Inspirational Guide to Drawing Plants by Sarah Simblet, 2010-04-19
  5. The Botany Coloring Book by Paul Young, 1982-04-21
  6. Marijuana Botany: Propagation and Breeding of Distintive Cannabis by Robert Connell Clarke, 1993
  7. Botany: An Introduction to Plant Biology by James D. Mauseth, 2008-09-01
  8. Botany Illustrated: Introduction to Plants, Major Groups, Flowering Plant Families by Janice Glimn-Lacy, Peter B. Kaufman, 2006-03-29
  9. Botany for Gardeners by Brian Capon, 2004-12-01
  10. Essential Atlas of Botany
  11. The Girl From Botany Bay by Carolly Erickson, 2004-10-18
  12. Photographic Atlas of Botany & Guide to Plant Identification by James L. Castner, 2005-05
  13. American Household Botany: A History of Useful Plants, 1620-1900 by Judith Sumner, 2004-09-01
  14. A Narrative of the Expedition to Botany-Bay by Watkin Tench, 2010-07-24

1. Plant Encyclopedia To Identify Plants, Flowers, Trees & More A complete resource for plant and gardening information, an encyclopedia of plants with detailed descriptions and tips for potting, growing,
Encyclopedia of Plants
Welcome to the Encyclopedia of Plants and Flowers on features an encyclopedia of plants and flowers to help our visitors learn how to identify indoor plants, also called houseplants, as well as outdoor plants. Our Plant Encyclopedia provides information about each plant or flower including a general description, methods and requirements of cultivation for each plant or flower, such as indoor or outdoor planting, soil and temperature requirements, pruning, and other important details such as, the means of propagation (seeds, cuttings, division, etc.), and the different varieties and hybrids of each plant or flower. Our easy to use directory of flowers and plants includes information on annuals, bulbs, cactus, succulents, fruit, grass, water plants, herbs, spices, houseplants, perennials, shrubs, bushes, trees, vegetables, vines, crawlers, wild flowers, pest control, plant diseases and a helpful also called a Botanical Dictionary on

2. Botany - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
botany is the scientific study of plant life. As a branch of biology, it is also called plant science(s), phytology, or plant biology. botany covers a wide
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Pinguicula grandiflora commonly known as a Butterwort Example of a cross section of a stem Botany is the scientific study of plant life . As a branch of biology , it is also called plant science(s) phytology , or plant biology . Botany covers a wide range of scientific disciplines that study plants algae , and fungi including: structure growth reproduction metabolism ... diseases , and chemical properties and evolutionary relationships between the different groups. The study of plants and botany began with tribal lore, used to identify edible, medicinal and poisonous plants, making botany one of the oldest sciences. From this ancient interest in plants, the scope of botany has increased to include the study of over 550,000 kinds or species of living organisms.

3. Botanical Society Of America - Leading Scientists And Educators Since 1893
Botanical Society of America Leading Plant Scientists and Educators Since 1893, plant science, research, education, outreach.
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    Visitors, welcome to the Botanical Society of America web site!
    The Society was founded in 1893. We represent professional botanists, plant scientists, educators, students and amateur plant science enthusiasts around the world. Our primary purpose is to promote botany, the field of basic science dealing with the study and inquiry into the form, function, development, diversity, reproduction, evolution, and uses of plants and their interactions within the biosphere.
    New Professional Development Opportunities for High School Science Teachers! We invite you to apply for two NSF-funded Summer Institutes. For more details go to our outreach initiatives . We also suggest you take some time to explore our website.
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4. World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Botany / Plant Biology (Biosciences)
Collection of scholarly and research links for plant biology.
Botany / Plant Biology ( Biosciences
Information categorized first by provider, then by subject. (Last updated Tuesday, 01-Jan-2008 00:10:13 CST.) See also

5. ScienceDaily: Botany News
botany news. Read full text botany new, articles, images, updated daily.
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6. Department Of Botany, UW-Madison
Department of botany, University of Wisconsin Madison.
T he mission of the Department of Botany is to discover, maintain, and transmit knowledge concerning basic plant biology and provide leadership in the biological sciences.
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Department Programs Facilities Related Programs Other Resources What's New: New Undergraduate Major - A new Botany Undergraduate Major with different requirements goes into effect at the beginning of the Fall semester, 2007 ...

7. ScienceDirect - Aquatic Botany, Volume 88, Issue 4, Pages 273-366 (May 2008)
Studies on plantdominated aquatic communities, ecosystems and aquatic plants tables of contants, abstracts, sample issue, information for authors.
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pp. 1-92 (January 2008) Volume 87, Issue 4
pp. 255-332 (November 2007) Volume 87, Issue 3
pp. 181-254 (October 2007) Volume 87, Issue 2 pp. 97-180 (August 2007) Volume 87, Issue 1 pp. 1-96 (July 2007) Volume 86, Issue 4 pp. 301-410 (May 2007) Volume 86, Issue 3

8. Internet Directory For Botany
The Page Lists All Pages/Sites Related to botany Plant Science, Gardens, Gardening, Forest, Biology, Plant Physiology, Plant Taxonomy, Plant Systematics,
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9. Botany Photo Of The Day
Scott Black is a botany grad student at UBC. He is researching the ecological effects of postwildfire management practices on the interior douglas fir
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March 28, 2008
Cnidoscolus stimulosus
The last photograph and write-up in the underutilized plants series will appear on Monday. Connor and I are still sorting out some details about the entry, a task made more difficult by the fact that I'm 2000km away from Vancouver and not online often. So, that's the explanation for today's exceptionally late entry! In the meantime, Connor has assembled this write-up: Todays Botany Photo of the Day comes courtesy of Bruce Vanderveen aka duneaster@Flickr original via UBCBG BPotD pool ). Check out his collection of native plant photos from Florida. Who could suspect this dainty member of the Euphorbiaceae of being such a menace? A flower has never looked so appetizing, bearing such close resemblance to a piece of floral confectionary from some wedding cake. However, with such suggestive common names as finger rot and tread softly, it's no surprise that this plant isn't found on cakes or in bouquets. As can be seen from today's image, Cnidoscolus stimulosus is covered in trichomes. In the case of

10. Botany 2008, July 26 – 30 - University Of British Columbia, Vancouver, Can
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11. American Journal Of Botany
Consists of archived issues, current articles, and collected papers.

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12. Botany Online Resources At Education Index
MBG has all the botany bases covered, and an easily navigated map to prove it! Start your botanical tour at the information desk and view the gardens,
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The 24 "Canoe Plants" of Ancient Hawaii
Interested in the plants of Hawaii? This site presents a general guide to the plants that were carried throughout the Hawaiian Islands by early Polynesian voyagers in their canoes. Some basic information is provided about each plant along with a sketch/picture when available. Also included are Medicinal Hawaiian Plants, though this area of the site takes a while to load. Very interesting!
Albion College Vascular Plant Image Gallery
The gallery consists of quick-loading images being developed for use by Biology class 216 at Albion College in Albion, Michigan. The plants are primarily from the eastern U.S. and Carribbean. A brief synopsis of the characteristics of the family of each plant is also available.
Album of Plants of Israel
This is an extensive collection of photos of the plants of Israel, arranged by Hebrew name and by scientific name. There is some beautiful photography here.

13. Science/AAAS | Collections: Botany
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14. Botany & Plant Biology 2007
This is a unique opportunity for attendees to participate in events provided by the other societies as well as the normal botany format.
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    Plan to attend the largest gathering of plant scientists in years?
    July 7-11, 2007 * Hilton Chicago * Chicago, Illinois
    American Fern Society ( AFS ), American Society of Plant Biologists ( ASPB ), American Society of Plant Taxonomists ( ASPT ), Botanical Society of America ( BSA The schedule of this Joint Congress will consist of a combined set of scientific sessions and events from all of the above societies. Attendees will be able to participate in any of the events available. This is a unique opportunity for attendees to participate in events provided by the other societies as well as the normal Botany format. It will encourage the sharing of plant science across many research areas. The meeting will feature special joint sessions, mini and full symposia, workshops, exhibits and poster sessions as well as field trips and the

15. Botany Department, Smithsonian Institution
The Department of botany hosts events and activities throughout the year to explore and recognize achievements in the botanical community.
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Privacy Statement Our Mission is to discover and describe plant life in marine and terrestrial environments, to interpret the evolutionary origin of this diversity, and to understand how humans are affected by and have altered plant diversity on the planet. Featured Presentation DC Flora Herbarium
The Flora of the Washington-Baltimore Area includes a total of almost 2800 species, most of which are represented by specimens in the DC Herbarium. The DC Flora website displays at least one representative specimen image for each plant species in the Herbarium. Botanical Art and Images Type Specimen Images Botanical Illustrations Bromeliaceae
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Publications Newsletters The Plant Press Biological Conservation Newsletter Searchable Database of Publications by Botany Staff Contributions from the United States National Herbarium List of Publications in the Contributions series and links to available PDF versions and Web sites.

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17. The Virtual Foliage Home Page!
This is the page for the University of Wisconsin Madison Department of botany Instructional Resources Page.
Department of Botany
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General Botany Search Images Multimedia ... Tom Volk's Fungi Access to our image collections is provided by clicking on the icons below:
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Virginia Kline's collection of the Vegetation of Wisconsin
Access to course pages are provided by clicking on the text below: Ecology 460 Click on the text below to tour our greenhouse: Tour of the Greenhouse For information about resources available on CD-ROM click the icon to the right: Questions or comments about these materials should be directed to Mike Clayton.
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18. UCMP Glossary: Botany
botany. Phylogenetics Geology Biochemistry Cell biology Ecology Life history Zoology botany Paleogeography
UCMP Glossary : Botany
Phylogenetics Geology Biochemistry Cell biology ... Zoology Botany Paleogeography adventitious roots A root that grows from somewhere other than the primary root, for example, roots that arise from stems or leaves. alternation of generations Life cycle in which haploid and diploid generations alternate with each other. anemophily Seed plants which are pollinated by wind are said to be anemophilous. angiosperm n. A group of plants that produce seeds enclosed within an ovary, which may mature into a fruit; flowering plants anther The pollen producing tip of a stamen ; part of a flower. More info? antheridium The organ on a gametophyte plant which produces the sperm cells. anthophyte A flowering plant, or any of its closest relatives, such as the Bennettitales, Gnetales, or Pentoxylales. apical meristem Group of cells at the growing tip of a branch or root. It divides cells to create new tissues. archegonium The organ on a gametophyte plant which produces the egg cell, and nurtures the young sporophyte axil The angle formed between a leaf stalk and the stem to which it is attached. In flowering plants, buds develop in the axils of leaves.

19. Awesome Library - Science
Here Home Classroom Science botany. botany. Also Try. Yards. Discussions. Garden Forums (GardenWeb Forums). Provides message exchanges between
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      Provides message exchanges between gardeners. Forums are listed by types of plants, types of gardens, subjects, and alphabetical by title. 12-99

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      Provides a searchable dictionary of botanical terms. 12-99

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      Provides a list of 100 carefully selected sites. 12-01

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      Provides a search for plants by name. Many plants have been included, but descriptions are far from complete. 12-99

  • Native Plants by State (Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center)
      Provides sources of information on wildflowers by state. 12-01

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      Provides searches for plants by name, habitat, use, or area where grown. 2-01

  • Biology of Horticulture (The Ohio State University - Howlett)
      Provides information on plant structures, physiology, processes, functions, environments, and diversity. 3-01

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  • 20. BOTANY
    botany. botany. Toni Corelli, Botanist. Environmental Consultant. P.O. Box 773 Half Moon Bay, CA 94019. Chairperson. Rare Endangered Plant Committee
    Toni Corelli, Botanist
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    Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
    California Native Plant Society
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    How to use the Jepson Manual
    A five week workshop that teaches students how to use the Jepson Manual, terminology associated with it and basic plant taxonomy and morphology. Classes are given in the Bay Area.
    Plant Lists:
    Montara Mountain NEW UPDATE 10/96 San Pedro Valley County Park Hazelnut Trail Pacifica, California McNee State Park Gray Whale Cove Trail Montara, California Pescadero, California
    Edgewood County Park and Natural Preserve Checklist of Plants
    A checklist of the plants at Edgewood County Park in Redwood City, CA.
    The Rare and Endangered Plants of San Mateo and Santa Clara County
    A book with photographs and descriptions of each of the 106 rare and endangered plants of these two counties.
    Santa Cruz Mountains Bioregional Council

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