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MaizeDB -- Maize Genome Database
MaizeDB is a public Internet gateway to current knowledge about the maize genome and its expression. It has been continuously supported since 1991 by the USDA-ARS, and more recently also by the NSF and the University of Missouri.

METLA: Finnish Forest Research Institute : Homepage
The Finnish Forest Research Institute (METLA) is an independent research organization under the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. It produces research-based information for decision-makers, forest industries and practical forestry, as well as for the public at large.

Missouri Department of Conservation Home Page
Since 1937, the Missouri Department of Conservation has been working to control, manage, restore, conserve and regulate the bird, fish, game, forests and all other wild resources in the state. Our goal is to create healthy, sustainable plant and animal communities well into the future.
(Site Map.)

Moosey's Country Garden
Although we are a Dot Com, Moosey's Country Garden is a non-commercial labour of love. The site is updated as often as our jobs (school teaching and network / database administration) allow. The original site was launched in April 2000 on a free hosting service, In May 2001 we purchased our name and launched the site you are viewing now.
(This one is very well done and has a huge selection of Gardening related links.)

NSC Alliance Home Page
The Natural Science Collections Alliance is a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit association that supports natural science collections, their human resources, the institutions that house them, and their research activities for the benefit of science and society.

National Herbarium of Trinidad and Tobago Home Page
To collect, preserve, research and document the flora of Trinidad and Tobago and to provide floristic information about it upon request.

Native Plant Society of Oregon
Welcome to the Native Plant Society of Oregon website. NPSO is dedicated to the enjoyment, conservation, and study of Oregon's native vegetation.

New York Botanical Garden
The Garden has always been committed to educating the public about the beauty, science, and importance of plants.  The Garden offers the nation's largest continuing education program in gardening and plant studies.  Nearly 3,000 adults participate in over 700 programs each year, ranging from courses in gardening, landscaping, horticultural therapy, and commercial horticulture, to botanical art, floral design, and botany.

North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station, Ames, Iowa
The NCRPIS conserves and encourages the use of valuable collections of germplasm. These collections contain about 1,600 plant species and more than 45,000 accessions. Types of germplasm managed at the NCRPIS include wild and weedy crop relatives, traditional cultivars or landraces, and elite lines or populations, which are the products of modern plant breeding.

Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS)
The Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS) is a non-profit consortium that has grown to include 58 universities and research institutions from the United States, Latin America and Australia.

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
We're delighted to relaunch our website, and we hope that you are able to find the information that you are looking for. Over the next few months we will continue to work on the design of the site to improve the navigation. You will see lots of new and interesting information being added to the site that we hope will give you greater insight into all aspects of our work.

Scott's Botanical Links
More and more sites on the Internet are devoted to the study of plants. This site is my effort to compile useful botany education resources for the advanced high school (AP-biology) and college level. Internet resources vary in quality, so I have rated sites on a 4-star scale emphasizing educational value, completeness and scientific correctness. Resources are added daily. This service is organized by Dr. Scott Russell through the Department of Botany and Microbiology of the University of Oklahoma.

Specimen Management System for California Haerbaria (SMASCH)
The SMASCH project, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), has completed the development of a database of text data and images of specimens that document the distribution and classification of the plants of California. The project began in 1992. Information from over 300,000 specimens has been entered.

The Aboriginal Trail at the Australian National Botanic Gardens.
This article is based on the guide leaflet for the Aboriginal Trail at the Australian National Botanic Gardens. The trail is an interpretive walk (see map) focussing on plants used by the Australian Aboriginals.

The Academy of Science of St. Louis
The Academy of Science of St. Louis, where science literacy and the community meet.

the american institute of biological sciences
The Web site of the American Institute of Biological Sciences. AIBS was founded under the auspices of the National Academy of Sciences in 1947 for the advancement of research, education, professional relations, and public understanding in the biological, medical, environmental, and agricultural sciences. AIBS has been an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation since the mid-1950s. Members' interests span all of biology, basic and applied, from agronomy to zoology.

The Carnivorous Plant FAQ
The International Carnivorous Plant Society FAQ on Carnivorous Plants.

The Classical Chinese Garden Society Homepage
The Classical Chinese Garden Society,the City of Portland, the City of Suzhou, and the Classical Chinese Garden Trust have worked to build the largest Suzhou style garden outside of China. The garden opened to the public September 14, 2000.

The Eden Project - The Living Theatre of Plants and People
The Eden Project is a millennium project based in Cornwall, England. Two giant conservatories are being constructed to nurture plants from the steamy rainforests and from the warm temperate regions of the world. These covered biomes will create a majestic backdrop to the 'roofless' biome, home to the plants of the temperate regions, from Britain to Chile and beyond.

The Historic Iris Preservation Society
A site created to facilitate exchange of ideas and information among irisarians throughout the world. The Historic Iris Preservation Society website is also available here.

The International Plant Names Index
The data in the IPNI comes from three sources: the Index Kewensis (IK), the Gray Card Index (GCI) and the Australian Plant Names Index (APNI). Detailed information about these indices is available through the links above. This page summarises basic information about each data source and the procedures followed in merging the records so that the user can understand the origin and the limitations of the combined dataset. For more about the data limitations and the subsequent effects on search results, read our page on understanding the data.

The National Plant Germplasm System (NPGS)
NPGS is a cooperative effort by public (State and Federal) and private organizations to preserve the genetic diversity of plants.

The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh was founded in the 17th century on an area the size of a tennis court. It now extends to 31 hectares (at Inverleith in Edinburgh), incorporates Specialist Gardens at three very different locations in Scotland (Younger, Logan and Dawyck; 50ha, 12ha and 25ha), and is one of the world's finest botanic gardens.

The University of California, Santa Cruz Arboretum
For information on our gardens, news and events and some great images from our gardens and beyond.

The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Ecology and Biodiversity
The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Biodiversity, Ecology, and the Environment (Biosciences)

treefree (UK)
treefree® is CHT's original name and recipe for an entirely woodless paper made only from annual indigenous plant fibres - ideally the unbleached 'hurds' or wastes - of true hemp, corn straw or flax.

Vascular Plant Image Gallery - Summary listing
Alphabetical Listing.

Welcome to the Botanical Society of South Africa
Mindful of the role of the people of South Africa as custodians of the world's richest floral heritage, it is our mission to win the hearts, minds and material support of individuals and organizations, wherever they may be, for the conservation, cultivation, study and wise use of the indigenous flora and vegetation of southern Africa.

Welcome To The Oregon State University Herbarium Home Page
The Oregon State University Herbarium houses approximately 370,000 vascular plant, bryophyte, algal, and fungal specimens. The collections are worldwide in scope, with a focus on the state of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest.

Welcome to the PLANTS National Database Home Page
United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service. The PLANTS Database provides a single source of standardized information about plants. PLANTS provides standardized plant names, symbols and other plant attribute information.

Western Botanical Database Federation Home Page (WUSBAD)
The institutions are the University of California, Berkeley, the University of New Mexico, Oregon State University, the University of Washington, the California Academy of Sciences, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, the Bishop Museum, and the Nevada State Museum, the University of Arizona, Arizona State University, New Mexico State University, Northern Arizona University, the Museum of Northern Arizona, and San Juan College.

Welcome to Wildflowers. This page offers links to the various resources GardenWeb has relating to wildflowers and native plants.

World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Botany (Biosciences)
Information categorized first by provider, then by subject.

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