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Plants are not conscious, whether you can 'sedate' them or not - Massive


Massive
In a 2006 article in the journal Trends in Plant Sciences, they and other colleagues announced a new field of inquiry called “plant neurobiology.” That article was controversial, prompting a sharply written rebuttal by 36 renowned plant biologists, who ...

Protecting Thailand's flora and fauna - The Nation


The Nation
Phi Phi Islands and Maya Bay remain open as Thailand's Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) begins its annual cycle of temporary closure of national parks next month, which allows for natural rejuvenation during almost ...

Short course in marine biology - Times of Malta


Times of Malta
Short course in marine biology. Topics to be covered include fisheries biology, aquaculture and marine conservation. A short course entitled 'Topics in Marine Biology' will be held between March 14 and May 19 by the Department of Biology, of the ...

Department of Environmental and Plant Biology

Athens, Ohio - United States

The Department of Environmental and Plant Biology offers a broad range of educational and research opportunities at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Undergraduate majors can choose from programs in plant biology, cell biology, environmental biology, and applied ecology. We offer doctoral and master's degrees, serving approximately 25 graduate students in any given year.

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Consists of links to UC Davis faculty and programs involved in environmental plant biology. It is intended mainly for students interested in graduate study in environmental plant biology.

Department of Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology
United States

Department of Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology at Cornell University. Our department has been an active center of investigation for more than a century with a wonderful legacy of scholarship in research and education about pathogenesis, plant-associated microbes, and sustainable methods to suppress plant disease. As one of the preeminent departments of Plant Pathology and Plant Microbe-Biology in the nation, we are making new scienti

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UGA Department of Plant Biology
United States

Our department offers a broad spectrum of educational and research opportunities in plant biology. The Plant Biology faculty, staff and students publish in top journals, are well-funded by extramural grants, present their research in seminars and conferences all over the world, and serve on a variety of grant review panels and editorial boards. Many faculty have been honored with international, national and University of Georgia awards. We ar

UC Berkeley - Plant and Microbial Biology Department
United States

Consists of a department description, directory, and resources; as well as information concerning faculty, graduate and undergraduate programs, seminars, and courses.

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Includes a faculty listing, information about facilities, graduate and undergraduate information, and news.

Carnegie Institution of Washington, Department of Plant Biology
United States

Describes a botany program on the campus of Stanford University which is run by the Carnegie Institution of Washington.

Responses Of Submersed Vascular Plant Communities To Environmental Change
United States

Study of submersed vascular plants and environmental changes

Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology
United States

Annual Review of Plant Physiology is an annually released journal. This site allows users to search for articles in issues of the journal since 1984 and lists the contents of the current issue.

Institute of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies
Switzerland

We investigate the demographic processes governing the dynamics and persistence of natural populations. Our aim is to contribute to ecological and evolutionary theory, and to provide scientific guidance for biodiversity conservation. A central theme in our research is to understand how natural populations respond to temporal and spatial heterogeneity in their environment. Such population responses can manifest themselves in several forms (such as