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The SoyBase web presence offers a comprehensive spectrum of data and tools for research on the soya bean, Glycine max. It integrates genetic and molecular-biological resources that are particularly relevant to the use of the soya bean. The data are organised primarily in the form of maps (Genetic Map, ... [Editorial staff vifabio]
www.soybase.org/
Welcome to the Rosaceae lecture for Plant Biology 260 at the University of Illinois. This web page was prepared by Kenneth R. Robertson. This lecture is about the Rose Family, Rosaceae (...). Many important fruits belong to this family, such as: apples, pears, plums, peaches, strawberries, and raspberries. [Information of the supplier, modified]
https:/.../Rosehome.html
Dies ist [m]eine Homepage über fleischfressende Pflanzen. Ziel ist es, sämtliche Gattungen an Karnivoren vorzustellen, sowie auf einige Arten besonders intensiv einzugehen. Die Kulturtipps basieren auf angelesenen Methoden, aber auch auf zahlreichen eigenen Erfahrungen und Experimenten. [Information des Anbieters]
www.drosophyllum.com/
Fleischfressende Pflanzen sind vom ersten Moment an faszinierend - und mit Sicherheit liegt das nicht nur an der Tatsache, dass sie das Prinzip "Tiere fressen Pflanzen" auf den Kopf stellen. Lernen Sie auf den folgenden Seiten mehr über diese geheimnisvollen Pflanzen! In unserer Karnivoren-Datenbank ... [Information des Anbieters, verändert]
www.fleischfressendepflanzen.de/
Brambles are regarded as one of the most critical plant groups particularly in the European flora. Due to their way of reproduction there are about 350 species in Central Europe and estimated 600 of them in Europe. Since more than two decades Vechta is one of the Centers of Batology (bramble research) in Europe. [Information of the supplier]
www.flora-deutschlands.de/Dateien/rubus/
This page is dedicated to pelargonium species (Pelargonium L.). The genus Pelargonium is a rather big one and is comprised of well over 200 species. The majority are native to the Southern part of the African continent, i.e. the Republic of South Africa and Namibia, and of them 80% in the south-western ... [Information of the supplier]
www2.arnes.si/~mstrli/pp.html
The genus Geranium (Geraniaceae) which contains about 400 species recognised, is a widespread group of vascular plants, absent only in tropical lowlands, deserts and polar regions. After Knuth’s (1912) monograph, several regional accounts as well as some detailed studies on some sections were published, ... [Information of the supplier]
www.geranium.es/
The eucalypts (the genera Angophora, Corymbia and Eucalyptus) are a botanical phenomenon unique to the Autralian continent. Nowhere else in the world does a single genus of trees dominate the vegetation of an entire continent, and nowhere else does a single genus adapt and diversify into the totality of ... [Information of the supplier]
plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/PlantNet/Euc/
Wattles (the genus Acacia) are prominent and often horticulturally desirable members of the Australian flora. Many species of Acacia are very beautiful and amenable to garden cultivation when reasonable conditions are provided. WattleWeb documents the acacias of New South Wales, with descriptions of the ... [Information of the supplier]
plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/PlantNet/WattleWeb/
This web site shows drawings of Crataegus by Knud Ib Christensen; they were reproduced from his "Revision of Crataegus Sect. Crataegus and Nothosect. Crataeguineae (Rosaceae-Maloideae) in the Old World" (1992, Systematic Botany Monographs, Volume 35). [Editorial staff vifabio]
web.archive.org/.../Crataegus
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