Extractions: at the University of Oklahoma The Department of Botany and Microbiology at the University of Oklahoma has a vigorous teaching and research program that is summarized on this Web site. To guide yourself around the site, use the menu below. There is a lot of information at this site, so we hope that you have some time to spend here and that you have an interesting and informative visit. Particular sites of interest include information about the department, our courses, our faculty, our students, our degrees, and other links. The Department sponsors a number of unique and interesting sites, including Cal's Plant of the Week Links to Botanical Electronic Journals and Links to Microbiological Electronic Journals Now open: Botany-Micro Departmental Stockroom Order Form - order supplies from the stockroom online! Special Announcements/New Features: If you are seeing this page, you do not have a frames capable browser. To upgrade to more modern browsers for free, follow this link: or enclose your soul along with a stamped self-addressed envelope to: OU's Directory Search OU's server Our map coordinates To contact us: Department of Botany and Microbiology
Agathis Australis Image of the trunk of this species. http://botit.botany.wisc.edu/images/401/Coniferophyta/Araucariaceae/Agathis/Trun
The University Of Queensland Provides information about marine botany and genetically engineered foods, as well as a department description, research, student and staff information, and courses. http://www.botany.uq.edu.au/
IngentaConnect Publication: Systematic Botany Systematic botany logo American Society of Plant Taxonomists logo. Publisher American Society of Plant Taxonomists. 6 issues are available electronically http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/aspt/sb
Antheridia An image of male Polytrichum plants. http://botit.botany.wisc.edu/images/130/Bryophytes/Bryophyta/Hairy_cap_moss/Male
Agathis Australis Image of cones of this tree. http://botit.botany.wisc.edu/images/401/Coniferophyta/Araucariaceae/Agathis/A_au
Neotropical Botany Pages Discontinued The Neotropical botany Pages is being discontinued and all the work by the managers of the site is being transferred to the Biodiversity Information System http://www.botanypages.org/
Extractions: The Neotropical Botany Pages is being discontinued and all the work by the managers of the site is being transferred to the Biodiversity Information System of the Andes to Amazon Botany Program at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas. You can view the AABP website at www.andesamazon.org and the BIS at bis.andesamazon.org . We hope that you visit our new website. Please write to Jason Best ( email@example.com ) if you have questions. Thanks for all of your support! John Janovec Research Botanist
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BUBL LINK: Botany Over 30000 specimens in entomology and botany (including algae and fungi). Subjects biology education, botany, human anatomy, microbiology links http://bubl.ac.uk/link/b/botany.htm
Extractions: BUBL LINK Catalogue of Internet Resources Home Search Subject Menus Countries ... Z Titles Descriptions American Journal of Botany Andean Botanical Information System Biology Hypertextbook Chapters Bishop Museum, Hawaii ... WWW Virtual Library: Botany Comments: email@example.com American Journal of Botany Online contains the full content of each issue of the journal, searchable by keyword. Covers topics such as ecology, physiology, development, population biology, systematics and cytogenetics. Cited references include hyperlinks to Medline and to the full text of many other online journals. Resource type: journal Information on the flowering plants of Andean South America, presented in English and Spanish. Provides descriptions, photos, and illustrations of flora in specific geographic regions, including Chile, and coastal and Northern Peru. Also features plant checklists for ecoregions such as coastal deserts, montane forests, and inter-Andean valleys.
Hairy Cap Moss Photographs of Polytrichum species. http://botit.botany.wisc.edu/images/130/Bryophytes/Bryophyta/Hairy_cap_moss/
UCT - Botany Department Teaches in physiology, ecology, evolution, systematics and conservation of terrestrial and aquatic plants. Includes staff, research, course details, http://web.uct.ac.za/depts/botany/
Extractions: STAFF RESEARCH COURSE INFORMATION HONOURS 2004 ... CONTACT US The Botany Department at the University of Cape Town strives for excellence in teaching and research in physiology, ecology, evolution, systematics and conservation of terrestrial and aquatic plants, particularly as they relate to the flora of the Southwestern Cape Region of South Africa UCT Web Site BOT Ftp Server Botany Webmaster Last modified on May 16, 2005.
Agathis Robusta Photo of leaves of this tree. http://botit.botany.wisc.edu/images/401/Coniferophyta/Araucariaceae/Agathis/A_ro
Botany - Wikibooks botany as a Science; Living Systems; Plants and their Uses; Introduction to botany Study Guide ~ Wiki Contents Table Section II Book Contents Page http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Botany
Extractions: Book Contents Page Chapter 7 - Plant Systematics Chapter 8 - Microbiology Chapter 9 - Algae ... Chapter 16 - Flowering plants II Section II â Plant Systematics Chapter 7 Plant Systematics Chapter 8 Microbiology Chapter 9 Phycology (The Algae) Chapter 10 Mycology (The Fungi) Chapter 11 Bryology Chapter 12 Division Pterophyta (The Ferns) Chapter 13 Division Equisetophyta (The Club Mosses and Horsetails) Chapter 14 Division Pinophyta (conifers) Chapter 15 Division Magnoliophyta (I) (flowering plants) Chapter 16 Division Magnoliophyta (II)
Polytrichum Photograph of gametophytes and sporophytes. http://botit.botany.wisc.edu/images/130/Bryophytes/Bryophyta/Hairy_cap_moss/Poly
Turkish Journal Of Botany Turkish Journal. of. botany. Keywords Authors firstname.lastname@example.org. Turkish Journal of botany. Turkish Journal of botany http://mistug.tetm.tubitak.gov.tr/~bdyim/sayilar.php3?dergi=bot