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The Plant Micromorphology Bibliographic Database (PMBD) is a unique bibliographic database maintained by the Kew Micromorphology Group. The database supports all of the group's research, including the two book series Anatomy of the Dicotyledons and Anatomy of the Monocotyledons. It contains over 90,000 ... [Information of the supplier]
kbd.kew.org/
Nels Lersten has retired from teaching, John Curtis plans to do the same very soon. Between the two of us we have over 60 years of plant anatomy teaching and research experience. We felt it would be a shame if the thousands of plant anatomy images we have taken for teaching and research were to retire ... [Information of the supplier]
botweb.uwsp.edu/Anatomy/
The main objective of the Plant Ontology Consortium (POC) is to develop, curate and share controlled vocabularies (ontologies) that describe plant structures and growth and developmental stages, providing a semantic framework for meaningful cross-species queries across databases. The Plant Ontology (PO) ... [Information of the supplier]
www.plantontology.org/
Die Skripte der Vorlesungen "Allgemeine Botanik für Anfänger", "Nutzpflanzen" und "Anatomie der Höheren Pflanzen", sowie das Skript des Botanischen Großpraktikums der Universität Ulm bilden die Grundlage dieser Seite. Man findet hier detailierte Informationen zu Morphologie, Anatomie und Systematik der ... [Redaktion vifabio]
www.biologie.uni-ulm.de/lehre/botanik/
Scientific society “Modern Phytomorphology” was founded in 2011 in Lviv. The main aim of society is organisation and coordination of scientific conference and publishing of the journal. The second aim is preparing the seminars, field schools and educative work. Society held the scientists which are ... [Information of the supplier]
phytomorphology.org/
Researchers in legume taxonomy and systematics from around the world have joined forces to advance and propose a new updated family classification. In this context, the Legume Morphology Working Group (LMWG) was created primarily to contribute to the identification of morphological characteristics that ... [Information of the supplier]
legumemorphology.wix.com/symposium2015
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