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View Resource University of Northern British Columbia: Abiotic Pollination References

From the University of Northern British Columbia, this site contains a list of references on abiotic pollination compiled by Dr. Joe Ackerman. References are arranged by topic, and contain information on both anemophily (wind pollination) and hydrophily (water pollination). This is a great site for anyone who is looking for abiotic pollination materials.

View Resource vPlants

Three institutions in the Chicago region have created the vPlants database, which allows interested web-surfing parties to browse through various data from 90,000 plant specimens. Even more impressive is the fact that users can also view digital images for almost 50,000 of the specimens. From the well-designed homepage, visitors can search for plant names by family, genus, or common name....

View Resource Bibliography of Dendrochronology

The Dendrochronology Species Database was composed by Henri D. Grissino-Mayer, a Professor of Geography at the University of Tennessee. The database "currently contains the names of over 1,100 tree and shrub species for which tree rings have been analyzed in the published literature." Records include the authority and scientific and common name(s) for each species. For species with available data...

View Resource On-Line Glossary of Technical Terms in Plant Pathology

Cornell University's Department of Plant Pathology provides this online glossary of technical terms in plant pathology. From abaxial to zygote, this lengthy resource offers definitions accompanied by diagrams, photographs, reference texts, and pronunciation options.

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