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Historical1
... biological specimens. He spent three years 1839-1841 at the Swan River Colony and collected some 2700 specimens, being assisted by the settlers, particularly James Drummond and Georgiana Molloy. Most of his biological specimens ... His interest spanned nearly 50 years and numerous orchid specimens are under his name at the W.A. Herbarium. He also sent specimens to Dr Rogers in South Australia who, in ...
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On-Line Glossary: L
... followed by rapid dehydration by sublimation in a high vacuum. A method used to preserve biological specimens or to concentrate macromolecules with little or no loss of activity. (Also freeze-drying.) (10 ...
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Tree of Life Links: Natural History & Images
... of information on digital morphology and high-resolution X-ray computed tomography of biological specimens. A National Science Foundation Digital Library at the University of Texas at Austin. ... of Natural History objects, mostly British in origin. Biological Image Archive. Images of plant and animal species. Biodiversity and Biological Collections Web Server. Science Image online. CSIRO, Australia. ...
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TDWG Subgroup on Accession Data
... contact with them. W. Berendsohn, 2 Oct. 1996: This proposal ("An Interdisciplinary Information Model for Biological Collections") was funded and I will participate in a workshop to be held in ... are involved in developing 'broad-brush' collections management systems to handle our 1.5 million biological specimens and artefacts. The current system, known as LASSI, was developed by a consortium of ten ...
www.bgbm.org

Hunt Institute: The Torner Collection of Sesse and Mocino Biological Illustrations
... Andrews Walpole Collection The Torner Collection of Sessé and Mociño Biological Illustrations The Torner Collection of Sessé and Mociño Biological Illustrations is the original collection of botanical and zoological ... situation there had changed significantly, and the extensive results embodied in the collection of specimens, manuscripts and the drawings could not be brought to fruition. It was not ...
huntbot.andrew.cmu.edu

Biology, biology degrees, research, news, U.W.A. - Institute of Biological Sciences
... Biology, biology degrees, research, news, U.W.A. - Institute of Biological Sciences News Introduction IBS News Latest Research New Facilities Botany Garden New / News / Botany Gardens - ... bear reproductive structures known as cones or strobili which resemble conifer cones. There are two specimens of this Cycad growing in the Tropical House. The female one is currently bearing three ...
www.aber.ac.uk

Museum of Biological Diversity home page
... of Biological Diversity home page The Museum of Biological Diversity is part of the College of Biological Sciences at The Ohio State University. Utilizing 63,000 square feet of space, it is ... University shall secure and keep in the university a collection of specimens in mineralogy, geology, zoology and botany, and other specimens pertaining to natural history and the sciences. The president of the ...
www.biosci.ohio-state.edu

Current projects of the Oklahoma Biological Survey
... of the Woody Plants of Oklahoma: Descriptions and Range Maps F. L. Johnson, Oklahoma Biological Survey B. W. Hoagland, Oklahoma Natural Heritage Inventory and Department of Geography, University of ... year of collection, were recorded into an electronic database. We are continuing to database specimens from other regional schools (i.e., University of Tulsa, Southeastern Oklahoma State University, ...
www.biosurvey.ou.edu

What is a biological research museum and why is it important
... What is a biological research museum and why is it important What is a biological research museum and why is it important? A biological research museum is a place where specimens of organisms (or ... they were obtained, as well as any details that might not preserve well in the specimens (such as color in flowers).
www.biosci.ohio-state.edu

Open Directory - Science: Biology: Cryobiology
... - Research and introduction by Associate professor Joe Wolfe Cryobiology: Low temperature studies of biological systems - A readable summary of the field of cryobiology by a college biology ... - A company which provides secure off-site, ultra-low temperature and cryogenic storage for biological specimens. In Sydney, Australia. Frozen Fruit Fly Embryos Hatched - An article from "Technical Highlights" ...
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