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Botanical CDs
... ordering information by mail Multimedia Toolkit for Educators in the Plant Sciences - Second edition Volume I- Basic Biological Principles and Plant Structure Volume I includes teaching modules for twenty ... of images, a web lesson, and a lab topic. Some modules include digital movies. Plant Morphology includes an Authorware-based key to the common trees of Madison, Wisconsin. Meiosis includes ...
botit.botany.wisc.edu

Department of Botany
... Fern Allies Ferns Fruits Fungi Growth Substances Gymnosperms Leaf Meiosis Microscope Mitosis Organic Compounds Photosynthesis Plant Cell Plant Morphology Protista I Respiration Root Secondary Growth Stem Succession fieldtrip Transport Trees and Shrubs Tropisms ...
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PMB - Plant & Microbial Biology Department, UC Berkeley
... graduate Current undergraduate The Undergraduate Program in Plant Biology Major in Genetics & Plant Biology The Department's undergraduate program in Genetics and Plant Biology emphasizes the study of plants ... Division Core Requirements: Plant Morphology: PMB 107/L 4 Physiology & Biochemistry of Plants: PMB 135/L 4 Plant Molecular Genetics: PMB 160/L 4 Cellular & Developmental Plant Biology: PMB150/L ...
plantbio.berkeley.edu

Plant Explorers - The adventure is growing™
... of the American Association for the Advancement of Science), the Society for Plant Morphology and Physiology (founded in 1896) and the American Mycological Society (founded in 1903 ... Fort Valley in central Georgia. Carnivorous Plants The International Carnivorous Plant Society The International Carnivorous Plant Society (ICPS) is an organization of horticulturists, conservationists, scientists, and ...
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Plant Pathology Glossary
... antimicrobial proteins that inhibit the growth and development of pathogens. Plant defensins are found throughout the plant kingdom and are released upon seed germination, creating an antimicrobial environment ... infect a given set of plant varieties. Races may be distinguished from each other by virulence or symptom expression but not by morphology. Resistant possessing qualities that prevent ...
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Mycology - Plant Interactions - Introduction
... Lichen Colour From Fungi Lichen Biology Introduction Morphology Anatomy Reproduction & Dispersal Fungal Partners Secondary Metabolites Ecology Questions Plant Pathology INTRODUCTION TO PLANT AND FUNGAL INTERACTIONS Plants are the ... benefit the plant. Pathogens simply exploit the plant. These interactions are complex. Not only does the plant function as a source of energy, but the plant may provide ...
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Department of Plant Biology - Facilities
... Room Coulter, John M. Plant Structures - A Second Book of Botany D. Appleton and Company, New York - 1900 Row 1 QK47C82 Coulter, John Merle Chamberlain, Charles James Morphology of Angiosperms D. Appleton and Company, New York, 1903 Row 1 QK641C84 Crafts, A. S. Annual Review of Plant Physiology - 1957 - Vol. 8 Annual ...
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The Succulent Plant Page: Glossary of Botanical Terms
... an inflorescence, a cluster of flowers in a leaf axil lacking an axis or cymose morphology. Hence adj. fasciculate: bundled or clustered. See also: corymb, cyme, panicle, raceme, spadix, spike, thyrse ... broken. Fruit - the mature ripened reproductive body (ovary) of a seed plant which encloses the seed in fertile species of plant. True fruits develop from the ovary wall. See: pericarp. Many fungi ...
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The Succulent Plant Page: Glossary of Botanical Terms
... The Succulent Plant Page: Glossary of Botanical Terms Glossary of Botanical Terms To locate the word in which ... of a cell nucleus, distinct from cytokinesis division of the whole cell. Karyotype - the gross morphology of the chromosomes. Kewensis - from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. UK. Kingdom - the highest grouping ...
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Open Directory - Science: Social Sciences: Psychology: Alternative: Parapsychology: Mind-Plant
... with the phenomenon. Vignettes From the History of Plant Morphology - Articles about people, mostly Agnes Arber, who created unconventional theories about plant morphology. Subtle Energy - An article in a web-based magazine by Paul von Ward Lightworks. Deals with Cleve Backster's mind-plant discoveries and the ...
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