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Atlas of medicinal plants __ A comprehensive list. - illustrated - From Daniel Haake - 


Biodiversity in Boreal Forests __ Learn about biodiversity in Finnish forests and the problems being faced. - illustrated - From Professor Ilkka Hanski - 

Botany Encyclopedia of Plants and Botanical Dictionary __ "Botany the Encyclopedia of Flowers and Plants is your complete resource for all of your Gardening Needs. Our Plant Encyclopedia provides information regarding the general description of the plants, the various methods of cultivation, such as indoor or outdoor planting, soil and temperature requirements, pruning, and other important details, the means of propagation (seeds, cuttings, division, etc.), and the different varieties and hybrids." - illustrated - from - 

Dictionary of Botanical Words __ "Click on the first two letters in the spelling of the word you want to find. For example, palmate would be found under pa. Click on the letters and scroll down the alphabetized list to find the definition." - From - 
Guide to Poisonous and Toxic Plants __ You will find a comprehensive list. - From US Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine - 



Harvard University Herbaria __ "The Harvard University Herbaria house one of the largest comprehensive collections of dried plant and fungal specimens in the world. These specimens are the key to our knowledge of plants and serve as a permanent reference to the diversity of life on earth. They document a wealth of information on such things as variation, local names and uses, distribution, and ecology." You will find databases, educational materials and much more. - From Harvard University - 

Index to Plant Common Names __ Entries include plant description and plant properties. - From Richard J. Schmidt PhD -


Infomine, Comprehensive Internet/Web Resource Collection in Biological, Agricultural and Medical resources __ The title says it all. - From Infomine - 

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, Flora, Plants, Herbarium, Genetics, Algae, Fungus, Mosses, Ferns, Trees, Gymnosperms, Conifer, Angiosperms, Flower, Flowering Plants, Leaves, Stems, Roots." - From - 



Keir's Botanical Photo Archive - Pictures of plants found thoughout the USA __ "A Botanical Photo Archive with images of plants from across the United States" - illustrated - From - 
Scott's Botanical Links--Subject Index __ You will find access to dozens of pages and websites about various aspects of botanical science. - From University of Oklahoma - 



Survey of the Plant Kingdoms __ "This Study presents examples of the diversity of the major plant groups and is designed in a way that the user can browse all or specific plant descriptions. It is intended as a resource for students at all levels, grades 9 through college, as well as amateurs who appreciate plants as gifts of nature. Whereas the Study provides the basic information necessary to pursue advanced areas of the plant sciences and may be considered as a requirement for Biology majors at the baccalaureate level, it also contains links to more extensive data at other Web sites." - From Manhattan College and the College of Mt. St. Vincent Bronx - 

UM Gifford Arboretum __ Basic information about the organization and tropical species. - illustrated - From University of Miami's Coral Gables campus - 


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