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  3.  Biochemistry (60/505)
    1.  Biochemistry in animals (9)
    2.  Biochemistry in plants and microorganisms (21)
    3.  General topics of biochemistry (29)
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      1.  Specific topics in natural history of microorganisms, fungi, algae (31)
      2.  Viruses and subviral organisms (15)
      3.  Prokaryotes (Bacteria) (31)
      4.  Protozoa (18)
      5.  Fungi, Eumycophyta (True fungi) (89)
      6.  Mushrooms (15)
      7.  Lichens (24)
      8.  Algae (42)
    2.  Plants (Botany) (73/323)
    3.  Specific topics in natural history of plants (2/408)
    4.  Plants noted for specific vegetative characteristics and flowers (3/60)
      1.  Herbaceous and woody plants, plants noted for their flowers (3/57)
        1.  Plants noted for their flowers (16)
        2.  Trees (37)
        3.  Shrubs (7)
        4.  Vines (2)
    5.  Animals (Zoology) (40/311)
    6.  Specific topics in natural history of animals (4/233)
    7.  Specific taxonomic groups of plants (0/171)
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      1.  Invertebrates (14/57)
      2.  Miscellaneous marine and seashore invertebrates (2/17)
        1.  Cnidaria (Coelenterata) (5)
        2.  Anthozoa (7)
        3.  Ctenophora (Comb jellies) (1)
        4.  Echinodermata and Hemichordata (3)
      3.  Mollusks and molluscoids (15/30)
      4.  Arthropods (13/537)
      5.  Chordates (17/489)
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        2.  Birds (91/178)
        3.  Mammals (34/200)
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Plants noted for their flowers
Hits 1 - 10 of 16 provides a database of 3,500+ plant photos (1,950 species, varieties, cultivars). On the search screen, you can insert german or botanical names. [Information of the supplier, translated and modified]
Picture databases; Discipline based websitesResource type
Celebrating Wildflowers is dedicated to the enjoyment of the thousands of wildflowers growing on our national forests and grasslands, and to educating the public about the many values of native plants. Celebrating Wildflowers emphasizes: (*) The aesthetic value of plants - a field of wildflowers is a beautiful sight; (*) The recreational value of plants - picking berries is fun for the whole family; (*) The biological value of plants - native plants support other life; (*) The medicinal value of ... [Information of the supplier]
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The native plants of California are unlike any other in the world. From the richly colored expanse of spring wildflowers in the desert to groves of Monterey cypress on the coast, California's wild gardens are immensely diverse and awe-inspiring in their beauty. They define the landscape and offer Californians a sense of place, pride and stability, and they provide habitat for endemic wildlife species that exist no place else on earth. Since 1965, CNPS has worked hard to protect California's native ... [Information of the supplier]
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Joaquín Herrero Martínez' web site provides descriptions and photographs of plants occurring on the Iberian Peninsula including the Balearic Islands. As of May 2013, only a small portion of the Spanish flora is covered, but the author intends to add more species. [Editorial staff vifabio]
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The goal of Flora Singapura is to bridge the gap between the terse technical descriptions of plants found in the various botanical text books and what we observe in the (Singapore) forests. I approach this by using photographs and commentary to illustrate and describe the identifying field characters of the trees and shrubs that from time to time command my attention. There are some 2000 species of native vascular plants in Singapore and so far I have only a modest number of species illustrated, ... [Information of the supplier]
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On this website you'll find: Photo Galleries of israel wildflowers (listed in Alphabetiacal order); A Walk in the Park - A tour through some of Israel nicest parks; Index of Plants by their Scientific, English and Hebrew names; Flowering Times in Israel; Blog - Recently taken pictures; Martha's backyard - imported, introduced, and naturalized plants, exotic to Israel; and Plant species protected by Israeli law. [Information of the supplier, modified]
Identification keys; Discipline based websitesResource type
Die meisten Pflanzen stammen aus der Umgebung von Kirchheim unter Teck am Rande der Schwäbischen Alb (in dieser Stadt bin ich aufgewachsen) oder der von Dreieich in Hessen, wo ich jetzt wohne. Die wissenschaftliche Nomenklatur richtet sich meist nach der Standardliste der Farn- und Blütenpflanzen Deutschlands von R. Wisskirchen und H. Haeupler. Alle Pflanzenfotos, mit Ausnahme der Fotos, deren Urheberin meine Frau ist, wurden von mir, Robert Flogaus-Faust, fotografiert und unterliegen meinem Urh ...
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This site contains information and more than 4256 identification photos for some 700 species of forbs, grasses, sedges, rushes, trees, and other woody plants that are found growing in Kansas. All photographs were taken by Mike Haddock unless otherwise noted. On occasion, permission may be granted to use selected photos and text for educational purposes but they may not be used commercially, i.e. on products or publications that derive monetary profit for you or your employer. This web site began ... [Information of the supplier]
Factual databases; Picture databasesResource type
Blumenzucht und Blumenmalerei waren eine zeittypische Liebhaberei barocker Fürsten. Insbesondere die Tulpe, erst um die Mitte des 16. Jahrhunderts in Europa bekannt geworden, erfreute sich wegen ihrer fast unübersehbaren Sortenvielfalt größter Beliebtheit. Für ihre Zwiebeln wurden zeitweise phantastische Preise gezahlt. Markgraf Karl Wilhelm von Baden-Durlach (1679 - 1738), selbst ein passionierter Gärtner, den man oft schon im Morgengrauen mit dem Spaten hantieren sah, konnte gegen Ende seines ... [Information of the supplier]
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On this website you can find photographs and descriptions of the flowering and non-flowering plants of Missouri, USA. Plants are categorized by flower color and/or leaf characteristics. Throughout this page you will see numerous references to Steyermark. These are referring to the masterwork of Missouri plants - "Flora of Missouri" by Julian Steyermark, published by Iowa State University Press, November 1963, with some reprintings. [Information of the supplier]
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