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Joseph Hooker: The travelling man who became Emperor of Botany - New Scientist


New Scientist
Travel also provided a way to enhance the status of botany, generally dismissed as little more than collecting and classifying plants. Hooker aimed to discover universal laws that explained the distribution of plants round the world, putting botany on ...

Physical Culture Club wants former members to reunite to celebrate nine decades of the sport - dailytelegraph.com.au


dailytelegraph.com.au
She said it started out at St Matthew's Church in the 1920s before moving to Botany Town Hall in 1940 with additional classes being held at Pagewood Public School to accommodate growing numbers. Botany Physical Culture Club operated in Botany from ...

Retired botany professor shows way on green superfood - Hindustan Times


Hindustan Times
Srivastava, who has written chapters in botany books on the role of spirulina in fighting malnutrition, anaemia and some diseases, said Rajasthan is suitable for growing the alga, which is in demand by pharmaceutical companies for food supplements and ...

Institute of Botany of the CAS

Zámek - Czech Republic

The Institute was established by a resolution of the twenty-first session of the Presidium of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences (hereinafter CSAS) held on 20 December 1961, which took effect on 1 January 1962, under the name the Institute of Botany of the CSAS. Under section 18 (2) of Act No. 283/1992 Coll., the Institute became an entity of the ASCR as of 31 December 1992.

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The Institute of Botany was set as an independent institute with a Botanical Garden at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) by Decree No 24 of February 19, 1947 of the National Assembly of the People's Republic of Bulgaria on the strength of which the Botanical Department of the Royal Institutes for Natural Sciences merged with the Sofia Royal Botanical Garden. Its founder and first Director was Acad. Nikolai Stoyanov, a man of great erudition

Kunming Institute of Botany
China

Kunming Institute of Botany of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (KIB/CAS), is originally the Yunnan Provincial Institute of Agricultural and Forestry Botany which was founded in 1938, and was affiliated to Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and renamed CAS Institute of Systematic Botany Kunming Station in 1950. KIB became independent in April 1959 with the approval of national science authority. China’s famed botanists of older generations such as

University of South Florida - Institute for Systematic Botany
United States

Established in 1990 with the mission to promote basic research in plant systematics.

University of South Florida - Institute for Systematic Botany
United States

Provides information about the herbarium, projects, distribution maps of vascular plants in Florida, and links.

Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic - Institute of Experimental Botany
Czech Republic

Principal fields of scientific work consist of plant genetics, physiology, and biotechnology.

Botany
Canada

Covers all areass of plant science. Provides a sample issue, back numbers and information for authors. Formerly the Canadian Journal of Botany.

About.com: Botany
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A page of links and articles.

Botany.cz
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Provides a virtual herbarium with photographs and descriptions of a range of species, a catalogue of localities and information on endangered and protected plants in the Czech Republic.

Botany.com
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Includes an encyclopedia of flowers and plants indexed by botanical and common name as well as links to associations and societies.

Botany
Canada

Botany is defined as the scientific study of plants. Here, the complex world of plants is explained in: * Ethnobotany - study of how different cultures use plants * Medicinal plants - various medicinal plant profiles, uses and history * Plant Ecology relationship of plants to the environment and the different plant ecology systems throughout the world * Plant Species - plant profiles, identification of trees, flowers and plant