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Botany (C200): The study of plants including their classification, structure, physiology, ecology and economic importance. Includes the importance of plants for a balanced ecosystem including the process of energy fixation and conversion in to the biosphere (and thus with food and fuel). May also be called Plant Science.Displaying 1 - 7 of 7
|An introduction to biological systematics||
An advanced online course from the Open University (OpenLearn) on biological systematics. The online course consists of a mix of short text and...
|Morphology, Systematics, Taxanomy, Phylogeny, Phylogenetic trees, Biogeography||view|
|BBC's natural history archive||
BBC's collection of short video clips from some of their impressive natural history programmes. The clips show a variety of different animals and...
|Natural history, Attenborough, timelapse photography, Dinosaurs, Garden wildlife, Insects||view|
An introduction to British Trees crated by the Woodland Trust. Contains short entries for all British trees. Each entry contains detailed...
|Plant identification, British trees, Tree guide||view|
|Online Biology Book||
An introductory online book of biology for first year undergraduates. The book, written by Dr Michael J Farabee, concists of 59 chapters are from...
|Biological diversity, Biodiversity, Paleobiology, Physiology||view|
|Oxford Botanic Garden lecture series||
A lecture series comprising 12 one-hour lectures on topic of botanical interest, including plant genetics, crops and medicinal plants. Produced by...
|Medical science, Medicinal plants, Agriculture, Crops, Botanical garden, Lecture series||view|
|Plant evolution timeline||
An interactive timeline highlighting important aspect of plant evolution and diversity, such as leaf type, evolution of plant families and total...
|Plant diversity, Timeline, Geological timeperiods, Climate, Carbon dioxide, Mass extinction||view|
|Plants and fungi, The Natural History Museum in London||
An online resource of botany from the Natural History Museum in London. The available material include a plant identification forum as well a...
|Scanning electron microscopy images, Lichens, Plants, Fungi, Trees, Bluebells||view|