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Native Plant Information Network (NPIN)...
An excellent, very well-organized resource, this Image Gallery website was created by the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center -- Native Plant Information Network. The Image Gallery hosts "a collection of over 17,000 plant images representing 176 Plant Families and 4,443 individual species." Site users can search for images by Scientific or Common Name, or by pull-down menus for Plant Family, Photographer, and Region among others. Individual plant species pages provide extensive information about the image and species including Common Name, Geographic Status, State, Year Taken and more. The site also provides links to the Image Use Policy and the Image Request Form as well as information...
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Biocomputing in a Nutshell
This website, written by Ulf Reimer and Georg Fuellen and presented by the University of Bielefeld in Germany, offers a broad introduction to bioinformatics. ...
The Wright Group
The Wright research group at the University of Wisconsin-Madison presents its research using "narrow frequency distribution of tunable laser sources to gain...
Go Botany: Discover thousands of...
These Teaching Tools from Go Botany, an online arm of the New England Wild Flower Society, will bolster the lesson plans of educators working with "students...
Statistical Applets: One Variable...
This applet graphs histograms and stemplots. It additionally calculates measures of center and measures of spread for data sets from the text "Practice of...
Climate Program Office: Outreach...
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Climate Program Office hosts an information-packed Outreach and Education website. Here readers may find...

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Dragonfly in the Virginia Mountains.
The AMSER Quarterly was recently featured on Maria Anderson's Teaching College Math blog. Maria Anderson is a math instructor at Muskegon Community College, to read her math blog as well as her contribution to the Quarterly click here. For more issues of the AMSER Quarterly click here.

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