BSA Suggested Websites


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  • Updated 8 Nov. 2007. If you would like to suggest a resource, please email us at bsa-manager@botany.org

    Young People's Plant and Science Sites

    K-12 Resources

    Undergraduate Teaching and Learning Resources

    Career and Funding

  • Graduate Studies Programs
  • Postdoctoral Programs and Association
  • Programs and Associations for Increasing Diversity in Science
  • Email Directories
    • BSA Online Membership Directory

    STUDENT FUNDING SOURCES AND GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS

    Some BSA Member Sites of Special Interest

    » Joy Marburger - Cattail Volunteer Monitoring Project

    » John M. Miller - The Origins of Flowering Plants, gigantopteroid.org

    » Scott's Botanical Link of the Day and Botanical Links - Subject Index

    » Tim Gerber's Teacher's Using Living Plants (TULIP) site

    From Dr. Peter Wilf, Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan:
    • Manual of Leaf Architecture by the Leaf Architecture Working Group (Amanda Ash, Beth Ellis, Leo Hickey, Kirk Johnson, Peter Wilf, and Scott Wing). The Manual can be downloaded in pdf format from a server at Yale
    From Dr. Joe Armstrong, ISU:

    Journals, Newsletters, Blogs, and Discussion Boards

    Fun for Everyone

    Find a Plant or Learn More About Specific Plants



    Image sites

    Botanical Gardens, Herbaria, and Natural History Museums

    Native Plant Groups



    Gardening Sites

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    Careers in Botany

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    » BOTANY - the students' perspective
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