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View Resource The New York Botanical Garden: International Plant Science Center Field Research

From Dr. Douglas C. Daly's work on the frankincense family to Tatyana A. Lobova's work on bat-plant interactions, the New York Botanical Garden's International Plant Science Center sponsors a multitude of engaging field research projects. Since 1891, the Garden scientists have conducted almost 2000 expeditions and visitors to this site can learn about some of the more recent expeditions here. On...

View Resource Paleobotanical Collection

The Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Alberta offers this searchable database of its paleobotanical collection, self-described as "the best in Canada and one of the best in the world." The site offers numerous search tools for use with the database, including Basic Search, Advanced Search, and Fast Find (based on each object's collection number), and a help page offers tips...

View Resource Fast Plants

"To know a plant, grow a plant" is the motto of the Wisconsin Fast Plant Program, a science education outreach program from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Fast Plants are members of the mustard family bred specifically for use in the classroom -- small, easy to grow, affordable, and with an incredibly short life cycle of about 35-45 days. While the classroom activities provided in this Web...

View Resource Native Plant Information Network (NPIN) Image Gallery

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,...

View Resource Vanderbilt University: Bioimages

This extensive website of southeastern U.S. plant images was developed by Dr. Steve Baskauf of the Department of Biological Sciences at Vanderbilt University. The site is part of a larger Bioimages website designed to "provide educational information to the public on biologically related topics, as well as a source of biological images for personal and non-commercial use." Site visitors can...

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