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  • Farlow Herbarium - Harvard University (834)

    The Farlow Diatom Collection substantially records the work of the international community of diatomists and botanists during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, especially from 1830 to about 1940. The Collection consists of about 30,000 microscope slides and field samples, which have been segregated as to whether they are parts of published or unique (unpublished) collections. The web site presents an annotated catalog of these collections. (9/16/2002)

  • DINOFLAJ - Dinoflagellate Classification Database (963)

    DINOFLAJ is a database system containing a current classification of fossil and living dinoflagellates down to generic rank, and an index of fossil dinoflagellates at generic, specific, and infraspecific ranks. (3/29/2001)

  • The Charms of Duckweed (885)

    An introduction to the smallest flowering plant by the Missouri Botanical Garden. Includes links to the Duckweed Genome Project. (12/7/2000)

  • Cyanosite - A Webserver for Cyanobacterial Research (795)

    (6/9/1999)

  • Biological Control of Eurasian Watermilfoil (834)

    Tweb site aims to provide timely information on biocontrol of Eurasian watermilfoil, and to provide a centralized collection of web links to existing information on the ecology and management of other aquatic plants. (2/10/1999)

  • Great Lakes Diatoms (1172)

    A resource for anyone interested in the microscopic freshwater world. (1/7/1999)

  • Algal and diatom images at Bowling Green University (1256)

    Gateway to an archive of 185+ digitized images. Also links to freshwater and marine algal resources on the internet. (10/1/1998)

  • Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants (948)

    University of Florida Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants and to the Aquatic, Wetland and Invasive Plant Information Retrieval System (APIRS), the world's largest information resource of its kind. (10/1/1998)

  • Internet Directory of Botany (914)

    An enormous list of links to internet botanical resources of all kinds.
    This site was previously listed as: WWW Sites of Interest to Botanists. (10/1/1998)

  • National Plant Data Center (853)

    PLANTS is a long-term dynamic database system that is intended to reflect the current state of knowledge from the botanical and agricultural communities and provides a standard for scientific communications and scientific operations. It includes checklists, distributional data, crop information, plants symbols, plant growth data, references and other plant information. (10/1/1998)

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