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OrchidSafari Locator - South America
... OrchidSafari Locator - South America OrchidSafari Locator - South America Please select a country or browse listing below Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Falkland ... Province Listing UNDER CONSTRUCTION - SOON TO BE LINKED WITH MAPS OF: AFRICA, AUSTRALIA, CANADA, CENTRAL AMERICA EUROPE, FAR EAST, USA
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MBG: Research: South America: Moss Flora of Chile
... South America: Moss Flora of Chile www.mobot.org Research Home | Search | Contact | Site Map W│TROPICOS QUICK SEARCH MO PROJECTS: Africa Asia/Pacific Mesoamerica North America South America Floras General Taxonomy Photo Essays Training in Latin America MO RESEARCH: Applied Research Bryology GIS Graduate Studies ...
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MBG: Research: Projects: South America: Venezuelan Guayana
... : South America: Venezuelan Guayana www.mobot.org Research Home | Search | Contact | Site Map W│TROPICOS QUICK SEARCH MO PROJECTS: Africa Asia/Pacific Mesoamerica North America South America Floras General Taxonomy Photo Essays Training in Latin America ...
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South Florida Tropicals: Boniato
... morning glory family. It is extremely popular in South Florida, especially among Hispanics. Although all forms of the sweet potato originated in Central America, the boniato was cultivated as early as ... Beth Walsh, Former Food Specialist, IFAS. Vegetable Sancocho Sancocho or sancoche, a traditional stew of South America and the Caribbean. 1 pound yucca (cassava) 2 green plantains 2 green bananas 1 ...
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FLORA OF NORTH AMERICA - History: Content
... reference for each reported chromosome number is available in the Flora of North America database (see below). The base number (x =) is given for each genus. This ... listed specifically, in alphabetic order); West Indies; Bermuda; Central America (Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama); South America; Europe, or Eurasia; Asia (including Indonesia); Africa; Pacific ...
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FLORA OF NORTH AMERICA - Newsletter - Vol 13, No. 3-4
... May of 1999 indicates that The Biota of North America Program and Flora of North America projects overlap in some areas, but also ... a checklist of the plants of North America. As a member of the Flora of North America committee, he will head the FNA Phytogeographical. ... the study of Delphinium. He spent a year during WWII in South America with the Cinchona Survey, locating new sources of quinine. He ...
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Bamboo Of The America (BOTA)
... plant. Bamboo constitutes more than 1200 species worldwide, of which approximately 450 are located in America. Although some of these species are used commercially, many other remaining species have often ignored ... natural or native species of bamboo that grow naturally in the forests of North and South America are mostly found under pressures caused by the man and that has their conservation status ...
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Bamboo Of The America (BOTA)
... America (BOTA) English Espa├▒ol Menu Home Our Mission How to Help News Links ... are pleased to initiate a new program to assist students in North and South America at the university level to further studies in native bamboo. The program ... of Biol. Gilberto Cort├ęs for Mexico-Central America, Dr. Tarciso Filguieras-Brazil and Dr. Ximena Londo├▒o-South America All proposals are to be reviewed by Dr ...
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Carnivorous Plants Online - Botanical Society of America
... , and South America. More Genlisea information and images CLICK HERE Family: Lentibulariaceae Genus: Pinguicula Butterwort Currently 79 listed species occupying habitats in Europe, Asia, North America, and South America.For more ... species in the genus, 1 species is carnivorous. It occupies humid habitats in South America, Central America, Mexico, the West Indies, and Florida, U.S.A. More Catposis ...
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Careers In Botany - Botanical Society of America Member Profiles
... a heady time, and I spent seven months collecting the genus Simsia throughout Central and South America. With plant systematists Daniel Crawford and Ronald Stuckey, Ohio State University was a wonderful ... grow entirely in the Americas. About 30 species grow in North and Central America, and about 150 species in South America. They grow from the southwestern United States to southern Chile, in ( ...
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