Plant biology and P Guide - Resources and Review

Covers plant compounds and chemotherapy, and includes information about the botanical compounds used in cancer treatment, and the plants that produce them, plants used in bioremediation, fungi which produce antibiotics, and genetically engineered fruits and vegetables.
Presents a collection of annotated links to plant science resources, divided into categories which include biometrics, plant breeding and genetics, soil science, and taxonomy.
Monthly journal founded on four key tenets: to publish the most cutting
edge research in plant cellular and molecular biology; to provide rapid turn-round time for reviewing and publishing a research paper; to feature high-quality reproduction of data, and to provide an interactive format for commentaries, opinion pieces, and the exchange of information and ideas.
Learning and teaching resource on the taxonomy of flowering plants, providing illustrated lecture and laboratory notes covering basic classification, nomenclature and family studies. Includes a set of links to local and global online data sources in the field.
Covers plant
microbe interactions, development, structure and systematics, molecular biology, genetics and evolution, ecology, palaeobotany, physiology, and ecophysiology. Tables of contents only.
Collection of pollination related resources covering management issues, gardening, pollinators, and threats such as parasites and pesticides. Resources include books, journals, articles, images, and McGregor's 'Pollination Bible'. Also provides a list of beekeepers in individual US states and countries around the world who have bees available for contract pollination. Available in English and Spanish.
The mission of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is to enable better management of the earth's environment by increasing knowledge and understanding of the plant kingdom. Online information includes details of collections, scientific research, conservation, education, heritage and publications, as well as access to the Kew plant databases.
weekly journal including original research in molecular biology, biochemistry, cancer research, cell biology, developmental biology, genetics, immunology, neurobiology, plant biology, structural biology and virology. Table of contents and abstracts online.
Educational resource for teachers and students interested in the origins of classical genetics, introductory data analysis, elementary plant science, and the history and literature of science.
Searchable database of toxic plants which provides information about species' common name, botanic name, plant family, description, habitat, and toxic principle, and gives details of which animals are likely to be affected by toxins and any subsequent hazards posed to their gastrointestinal, musculoskeletal, congenital, cardiovascular, respiratory, nervous, renal, and reproductive systems. A glossary of definitions is included.
Collections of images arranged by topic including plant geography, plant morphology, phloem development, xylem development, floral ontogeny, lichens, economic botany, carnivorous plants, organography, pollen, paleobotany, plant defense mechanisms, plant anatomy, and cellular communication channels.
Aims to ensure the health and care of animals and plants, improve agricultural productivity, and contribute to the national economy and the public health.
A collection of references from printed literature and electronically available information covering different aspects of research on beans (genus Phaseolus and Vigna). Includes general overview, germplasm collections, cell culture, taxonomy, molecular biology, genetics, cytogenetics, physiology, phytopathology, production and consumption, conferences, organisations, groups, and databases.
Set of links to journals relevant to botany, crop and soil science. Some have only subscription information online, others have tables of contents, abstracts or full text.
Abstracts of papers presented at the annual meeting of scientists concerning the study of plant taphonomy, from 1999 onwards. Also includes tables of contents of proceedings from earlier meetings.
Descriptions of flowering plants grouped by family such as Aceraceae, Labiatae and Orchidaceae. Includes illustrations, habit, leaf form, anatomy, physiology and taxonomy.
Information about parasitic plants. Includes relationships of parasitic flowering plants, distribution maps, photographs, molecular data, order and family information.
Provides germplasm information about plants, animals, microbes, and invertebrates within the National Genetic Resources Program of the US Department of Agriculture.
Set of annotated links to online courses, course descriptions, tutorials, assignments, tests and other materials used in the teaching of biology and botany.
Resources to support the teaching of plant science and molecular biology in schools and colleges. Contains details of workshops, worksheets and publications, and an enquiry service.
Glossary of terminology relating to aquatic and wetland plants.
Carnivorous plants shown in their natural habitat. Includes pictures and a brief description of habitat.
Index of botanical information on the Internet. Resources tend to concentrate on the Texas area with material presented in a variety of formats, and covering a number of topics including specimen, distribution, flowering plants and related species, as well as an extensive vascular plant image gallery.
Extensive dictionary of medical terms, including those relating to biochemistry, cell biology, chemistry, medicine, molecular biology, physics, plant biology, radiobiology, science and technology. Also includes acronyms, jargon, theory, conventions, standards, institutions, projects, eponyms and history.
Links to resources relevant to botanists and ecology fieldworkers, as well as secondary
level education information.
Twice monthly periodical devoted to publishing research on genetics and molecular biology, structure and function, enzymes and proteins, physiology and metabolism, cell surfaces, plant microbiology, plasmids and transposons, bacteriophages, eukaryotic cells, population genetics, and evolution.
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