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About.com: Botany.

Academic Info. An annotated educational subject directory. Go to: Sciences > Biological Sciences > Botany.

Alexa (Alexa Internet, Inc., an Amazon.com Company). Alexa is a Web Information Company, perhaps best known for the Alexa Rank, the website ranking system which tracks over 30 million websites worldwide. See especially: The top ranked sites in category "Science". Go to:
! Biology.
! Botany.

American Society of Plant Biologists, The Plant Cell Online: Teaching Tools in Plant Biology. Links to lecture notes (PowerPoint slide presentations, slide handouts, PDF files).
See also: Education. Video resources, radio programs and websites for students and teachers, classroom-ready teaching materials, testable questions etc.

Awesome Library: Earth Sciences. Awesome Library organizes the Web with 19,000 carefully reviewed resources. See also: Botany.

Alice Bergfeld (she is the English editor), Rolf Bergmann and Peter v. Sengbusch, BOTANY Online - The Internet Hypertextbook: Data bases, and MANY NEW LINKS. This page provides information about internet teaching and online projects, organizations supporting science and education, classification and nomenclature, and online journals. Excellent!

Museum of Paleontology (UCMP), University of California, Berkeley: Phylogenetics Resources. A list of sites useful for scientists in this field.

Best of the Web Directory, Jericho, NY. Best of the Web (the Internet´s oldest directory) intends to remain at the forefront of the digital revolution by continuing to add new products and services that stay true to the company´s core mission of enhancing the online experience by providing the Internet community with meaningful guidance that it can trust. Go to:
Science: Biology: Botany: Paleobotany.
Science: Biology: Botany.

Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem: Internet Resources Botany. An annotated link list. See also here

Biocrawler.com. The Life Science Search Engine. See also: www.biologie.de. The German Life Science Information Service.

BiologyBrowser (produced by Thomson Scientific). This is a free web site offering resources for the life sciences information community.

Biology Online, U.K. Relevant information in the field of biology.

BioTech, Indiana University, located at University of Texas at Austin: BioTech is a hybrid biology/chemistry educational resource and research tool on the World Wide Web. Go to Science Resources. Annotated lists of Web sites for scientists, educators and students alike, e.g. in Ecology and Evolution, and General Life Science Resources.

! The Botanical Society of America (BSA): Additional Botanical Links.

Anthony R. Brach, Raino Lampinen, Shunguo Liu and Keith McCree: The Internet Directory of Botany (IDB). IDB consists of two parts, an alphabetical directory and a categorical directory. The alphabetical list (formerly List of WWW Sites of Interest to Botanists) was compiled by Anthony R. Brach. It was originally posted on TAXACOM in March 1995. HTML format is created and maintained by Shunguo Liu. The subject category list (formerly A Collection of Botany Related URLs), is maintained by Raino Lampinen since Autumn 1993. It started as a personal bookmark list of botanical gopher sites, since March 1994 also www sites, and was made available via WWW in December 1994. The pages are regularly updated, new approved entries will be added to both lists. This excellent site is also available via Essen, Germany.

Anthony R. Brach (Missouri Botanical Garden & Harvard University Herbaria): Ecology WWW page. Ecology links sorted in alphabetical order.

Susan Brooks and Bill Byles, Internet4Classrooms, and
Several large collections of links for K-12 teachers. Go to: Biology.

Buzzle.com: Science and Technology. Offers resources, information, and articles related to science and technology. Go to: Biology. Slow!

CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research Data Centre: Web-based Resources for Biodiversity - a preliminary selection. This page aims to bring together in one place significant internet resources in the areas of searchable databases of species names, systematic treatments of major groups, checklists, etc. Botany is starting with "57".

! dmoz open directory project, Science: Biology: Botany. Excellent!

Christopher J. Earle, The Gymnosperm Database: Links. Education Index (by CollegeView Partners): Botany Resources. An annotated guide to education-related sites on the Web.

The Exploratorium, San Francisco, The Learning Studio: Life Sciences, The Ten Cool Sites, and Natural History.

! Mark Francek, Woldt Residential College, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI: RESOURCES FOR EARTH SCIENCE AND GEOGRAPHY INSTRUCTION. The links are organized around the sequence of topics typically taught in an introductory earth science or physical geography class. Links are also available for environmental science, earth science/geography education, career opportunities, and more. The sites selected are based on image quality, ease with which lesson plans can be developed, organization, authenticity, scope, and format. Go to: Biogeography Listings.

Frontiers in Bioscience: RESEARCH TOOLS.

Fuchsias in Focus, UK: Internet Directory for Botany. Societies and International Botanical Organisations.

Gesellschaft für Biologische Systematik (GfBS). Society for Biological Systematics. Go to: Links.

! Google directory:
Science > Biology > Botany.
Results sorted in Google PageRank order. See also:
Science, Biology.

Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Harvard University, Cambridge MA: Biology Links.

Ken House (the AOL "Ask-A-Teacher" Program): Biology Web Site References for students and teachers. This website has been created to provide students and teachers with biology references.

iberry.com, The Academic Porthole: Information and resources for the higher education community. Go to: International Courseware Directory / Group 1, Health and Life Sciences (including Agriculture, Botany, Natural History, Paleontology). Lecture notes, tutorial material, slides, handouts, demonstrations, exams, quizzes etc. - for teaching, learning, course preparation and research.

The Library of the University of California, Riverside, INFOMINE. Scholary internet resource collections. Go to: Biological, Agricultural and Medical Sciences.

The Internet Public Library (by the University of Michigan School of Information, hosted by Drexel University's College of Information Science & Technology): Subject Collections » Science & Technology » Life Sciences, and
Plant Biology (Botany).

University Library Johann Christian Senckenberg, Frankfurt am Main (in cooperation with other libraries and biological organisations): Virtuelle Fachbibliothek Biologie (vifabio). The Virtual Library of Biology offers rapid access to biological literature and information. Go to: Internet Guide. vifabio´s Internet Guide is a catalogue of annotated and evaluated biological internet resources such as thematic and institutional websites, databases, portals and link collections.

Derek Keats, Roy Volkwyn and Jocelyn Collins, South Africa: BioEd: This Internet Project aims to make use of the Western Cape Schools Network (South Africa) to evaluate the feasibility of producing and distributing teaching aids and making other resources available through Internet access. See: Biological resources for teachers, Biological resources for pupils.

LabBBPM, Russia: BioExporer.Net.

Richard Lees, United Kingdom: Biology Online. This Web site is ideal suited for high school students, or in general, avid learners or people surfing around the web. It starts at the basics, and covers a cross section of biological issues, which can educated an individual to Pre-University Standard.

! Libraries Unlimited (the Greenwood Publishing Group): Guide to Reference and Information Sources in Plant Biology. This Web site contains the URLs and annotations for all Web-accessible resources listed in the third edition of this book, published in December 2005. The guide lists and annotates nearly 1,000 books, journals, and Web sites. The Web sites have been chosen using the same criteria as the print material, namely that they are important, authoritative, have authors or sponsors with good credentials, and seem likely to remain available in the future. Go to: Plant Evolution and Paleobotany.

LinxNet: A science and technology index. Go to: Biology.

David R. Maddison and Wayne P. Maddison, The Tree of Life: Links.

Jim Martindale, Martindale´s "The Reference Desk": MARTINDALE'S GARDENING & BOTANY CENTER. See also:
Biology.

Stephen Marvel, Department of Biological Sciences, Lock Haven University, Lock Haven, PA: WWW Sites of Interest.

Kristina McGlaun, Jackson Creek Middle School: Bacteria to Plants. A link directory.

MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching): MERLOT is a leading edge, user-centered, searchable collection of peer reviewed and selected higher education, online learning materials. Go to: Botany.

MSN (Microsoft Corporation). Similar to Inktomi (HotBot): Web Directory, Library, Sciences, Earth & Environment, Geology, Botany

Antoine Morin and Jon Houseman, BIODIDAC, University of Ottawa: Resources. A bank of digital diagrams and photographs for teaching biology. Go to: Plants. Copying the material, modifying and adapting the material and the subsequent distribution is permitted with the condition that this is noncommercial and that the supplier (BIODIDAC) of the material is acknowledged. To download files, you must let BIODIDAC set a couple of cookies.

National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII). NBII is a broad, collaborative program to provide increased access to data and information on the nation's biological resources.

National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), U.S. National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD: The Life Science Search Engine. See also here.

NASA: Global Change Master Directory (GCMD). GCMD is a comprehensive directory of descriptions of data sets of relevance to global change research. It includes descriptions of data sets (DIFs) covering climate change, the biosphere, hydrosphere & oceans, geology, geography, and human dimensions of global change. Go to Solid Earth, Biosphere, or Paleoclimate.

National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII). The NBII is an electronic gateway to biological data and information maintained by federal, state, and local government agencies; private sector organizations; and other partners around the nation and the world. See also here.

The National Science Foundation (NSF). NSF is an independent agency of the U.S. Government. NSF's mission is to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; and to secure the national defense. Go to: Biology.

NEE-HOW, The Bioresource Finder: The NEE-HOW Project aims at serving bio-community including 2 parts: a customized search engine and a list of links to various biosites.

Nerd World, SCIENCES Site Map. BOTANY.

Daniel Nickrent, Department of Plant Biology, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois: Links to Systematics and Evolutionary Biology Web Sites.

! NSDL Internet Scout Project (hosted by University of Wisconsin, Madison). As part of the NSDL project (National Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education Digital Library), the Internet Scout Project's NSDL Scout Reports offer high quality information about online resources. Go to: The Scout Report Archives. This is a searchable and browseable database to over nine years' worth of the Scout Report and subject-specific Scout Reports. A treasure chest of critical annotated and carefully selected Internet sites. See also: NSDL Scout Reports > Life Sciences.

! O'Keefe Library, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, IA: Best Information on the Net. The alphabetical index. Go to:
Biology,
Biology Indexes and Databases, and
Biological Reference Works.

Open courseware projects (OCDb), Chicago: Open courseware projects provide a head rush for many autodidactics because those projects often offer lecture notes, chapters or entire textbooks online, illustrations, charts, and other tools that help the reader learn a given subject. Go to: Top 100 Open Courseware Projects, Botany.

Peter H. Raven et al. (2005), Biology of Plants, Seventh Edition, Freeman & Company: Web Links: Related Web Sites. An annotated link directory. Navigate via Table of Contents.

Catherine Reeb, Laboratoire Informatique et Systematique (LIS), Paris: Liens internet, biologie des organismes. Biology links (in French).

! Scott Russell, Department of Botany and Microbiology, University of Oklahoma: Botanical Information on the WWW. From the International Botanical Congress Special Edition of the NHBS Mailorder Bookstore Catalog. See also:
Scott´s Botanical Links, and Scott´s Botanical Links - Subject Index. One of the best botany link collections, superbly done. See also: Botany (Biosciences) Information categorized first by provider, then by subject. Excellent!

! Schmidt, Diane, Allison, Melody M., Clark, Kathleen A., Jacobs, Pamela F. and Porta, Maria A., Libraries Unlimited (a member of the Greenwood Publishing Group): Guide to Reference and Information Sources in Plant Biology. This directory contains the URLs and annotations for Web-accessible resources. Go to:
General Sources,
Systematics and Identification,
Anatomy, Morphology, and Development,
Ecology,
History and Biography.

The School Page, the educator´s resource, and The School Page UK, educational services and resources for thinking people. Go to: Biology.

! Science magazine (published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, with assistance of Stanford University's HighWire Press. Go To: Science Collections, Botany, or Paleontology, or Evolution. See especially:
Science now. Up to the minute news from science. Go to:
! Category: Botany.
! Category: Paleontology.
! Category: Earth Science.
! Category: Environment, Climate.

Jo Soolsma, Department of Plant Sciences, Wageningen: Plant Link Library.

Tracy Trimpe, The Science Spot, Havana Junior High, Havana, IL: Biology Lesson Plans, and Earth Science Lesson Plan Links. Link directories. See also: Science Sites for Educators.

US Dept. of Commerce, Washington, DC; SciTechResources.Gov. Provides the scientist, engineer, and science aware citizen with easy access to US government resources. Thousands of web sites have been reviewed. Excellent!

Virtual Library (Scott Russell, University of Oklahoma): Botany (Biosciences).

WebDirectory: Science: Biology: Botany and Plant Science.

WonderQuest with April Holladay (USA today): For answers about the world around us. Go to: Question Index, Plants, and Earth sciences. USA today weekly science columns.

World Lecture Hall: Biology and Botany.












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! Search Engines focused on Botany and Earth Sciences@
! Directories focused on Palaeobotany@
! Indexes in Palaeontology and Evolution@
Palynolocical Associations@
Meta Indexes of Online Education@
Botany and Biology Institutions@
Natural History Museums@
Directories focused on Palaeobotany@
Selected Botanical Gardens and Herbaria@
Places of Palaeobotanical Research@
Palaeobotanists Personal Pages@
Search for Palaeobotanists, Botanists and Palaeontologists@


Botany and Biology Links without Annotations


American Society of Plant Taxonomists: Links and Databases.

Association of Systematics Collections (ASC). Links of Interest.

Alice Bergfeld (she is the English editor), Rolf Bergmann, University of Hamburg, and Peter v. Sengbusch, University of Bielefeld and Institut für Allgemeine Botanik, University of Hamburg: Botany online - The Internet Hypertextbook, Internet Teaching - Online Projects.

Compiled by Anthony R. Brach (Missouri Botanical Garden & Harvard University Herbaria, U.S.A.). HTML format is created and maintained by Jean Thioulouse (University of Lyon, France): Ecology WWW page. List of WWW sites of interest to ecologists.

Sean Carrington, Department of Biological & Chemical Sciences, University of the West Indies (UWI), Barbados: The online course BL14A Biodiversity I, The Plant Kingdom, Links.

Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research and Australian National Herbarium, Canberra, Australia: Biodiversity and Environmental Resources Links.

Adam Fagen, Biological Laboratories, Harvard University: The World Wide Web Virtual Library, Evolution (Biosciences). See Biology.

Daniele Formenti, Dip. Biologia Animale, Facoltà di Scienze Matematiche, Fisiche e Naturali, Universita di Pavia: Biological links for students.

Wolfango Horn, Biologist´s Assistant: Mirrored via University of Bologna.

James F. Mahaffy, Biology Department, Dordt College, Sioux Center, Iowa: Plant Morphology Links - 2001.

Adam L. Schiff, University of Washington Libraries: NATURAL HISTORY REFERENCE SOURCES. Go to: Plants.

! Department of Botany, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC: Useful Botanical Links. A page of links to botanical resources on the Web.

Species 2000: The goal of Species 2000 is to provide a uniform and validated quality index of names of all known species of plants, animals, fungi and micro-organisms.

Herbarium, Department of Biology, Texas A&M University: Plant Systematics and Evolution - Links. Notice the WWW-based systematic/economic botany courseware list.

Jean Thioulouse, University of Lyon, and Anthony R. Brach Missouri Botanical Garden & Harvard University Herbaria, Ecology WWW page: Ecology WWW page.

UNED, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Madrid: Biblioteca de Referencia. Go to: Biologia, Geología, and Geografía y Ciencias de la Tierra.

World Resources Institute, Washington, DC, Biodiversity Site: Biodiversity Links.










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