DIRECTORY FOR BOTANY: VASCULAR PLANT FAMILIES
Original location of this page: http://www.helsinki.fi/kmus/botvasc.html
FAMILY DESCRIPTIONS, MORPHOLOGY, NOMENCLATURE, ETC.
Anatomy, maintained by Roy Volkwyn, Biology Section
of the Western Cape Education Department in South Africa.
classification of fruits of flowering plants
(Angiosperm), by Dianne Wilford, UK
University, Systematic Botany (Lewisburg, Pennsylvania,
USA). Plant Systematics course, with plant
photographs, plant quiz, plant identification.
- Carnivorous Plant
Archive, University of New Mexico, USA
classification of flowering plants - Kåre Bremer,
Birgitta Bremer and Mats Thulin, 1997
of family names, prepared by James L. Reveal,
Department of Plant Biology, University of Maryland,
USA.This concordance of flowering plant family names has
been prepared at the request of the U.S. Department of
Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
and is intended as a quick search database for family
names and their alternative uses by Cronquist, Dahlgren
and Thorne. When available, Takhtajan's nomenclature will
be added. This information also supplements the treatment
given in the first volume of Flora North America
and brings that listing up-to-date. For a complete
concordance of the current systems in use presently, see
of family names used in PBIO 250, the Plant
taxonomy class offered at the University of Maryland.
Fully annotated phylogenetic arrangements of the
flowering plants is also available from the same source
Fruit Key. Created by Steven J. Wolf, California
State University, Stanislaus, USA.
- Databases at
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK. Here you can find the
1) List of the Vascular Plant Families and Genera.
The data presented in this database are taken from the
publication Vascular Plant Families and Genera compiled
by R.K.Brummitt and published by the Royal Botanic
Gardens, Kew in 1992; 2) List of Authors of Plant
Names. The data presented here are taken from the
publication Authors of Plant Names, ed. R.K.Brummitt
& C.E.Powell and published by the Royal Botanic
Gardens, Kew in 1992; 3) DNA Databases.
Families of Flowering Plants: Descriptions and
Illustrations, Watson, L. & Dallwitz, M.J. (1995
onwards); from Kansas, USA.
Systematic Botany (Botany 620), Department of
Biology, Texas A&M University.
Plant Families. Illustrates the "required"
families for Ray Phillip's Biology 211 class at the
Department of Biology, Colby College, Maine, USA.
Includes a short list of diagnostic characteristics for
each group, with three or more images of plants for each
family. An innovative Web resource is the World
Wide Flowering Plant Family Identification Key , a
WWW implementation of the Hansen and Rahn punched card
system for flowering plant family identification. Select
from a list of 174 morphological characteristics of a
specimen and six geographical regions. The system then
provides some suggestions for the family of the specimen.
Plant Gateway (Texas A&M University Bioinformatics
Group). The selection options at the base of
this page provide various paths for exploration or
comparison of three major systems of flowering plant
classification and links (over 7,000), via selection of
the Family name, that query a full text index that
carries relevant URLs (family-specific data or
information on important taxa of the target family).
of the Week. A different genus is featured each week
on this site, giving information about the plant, its
growth habit, the etymology of the plant name,
interesting notes, and selected links to images and
references elsewhere. Maintained by Jennifer Forman,
Biology Department, University of Massachusetts, Boston,
Nominum supragenericorum Plantarum Vascularium:
Alphabetical Listing by Genera of Validly Published
Suprageneric Names by James L. Reveal, Norton-Brown
Herbarium, University of Maryland.
NEWS on Vascular Plant Family Nomenclature (compiled by
James L. Reveal, Norton-Brown Herbarium, University of
- Los árboles
en España (Trees of Spain). Base de datos de los
arboles presentes en España, la corteza de los árboles,
los frutos de los árboles, temas de arboricultura urbana
y otros artículos sobre plantas. Ilustrada con
Flowering Plants and Arbuscular Mycorrhiza, Germany.
Research on parasitic flowering plants like mistletoe,
broomrape, or dodder and on arbuscular mycorrhiza of
saprophytic i.e. myco-heterotrophic flowering plants
(like Voyria, Triuris, Burmannia, Apteria, a.o.), as well
as arnica, gentians, ginseng, and other medicinal plants,
ornamentals, or crops.
Biology 100 - General Botany for Non-Science Majors by
James L. Reveal, Department of Plant Biology, University
of Maryland, USA
Biology 250 - Plant Taxonomy by James L. Reveal,
Department of Plant Biology, University of Maryland, USA.
This includes the modern classification systems of the
System of Angiosperm Classification, Dahlgren
System of Angiosperm Classification, Thorne
System of Angiosperm Classification.
- TreeWeb: The
Natural History of Trees
Plant Family Access Page (Gerald D. Carr, University of
Hawaii at Manoa, Botany Department, USA). Large image
collection of Hawaiian vascular plants.
Plant Family Nomenclature by James L. Reveal, Department
of Plant Biology, University of Maryland, USA. - Extant
Vascular Plant Family Names, Extant
Vascular Plant Family Names in Current Use, Extant
Vascular Plant Ordinal Names, Extant
Vascular Plant Superordinal Names. What is presented
here are a full listing of all validly published (and
thus both legitimate and illegimate) family names (very
long!) and a List of Families. The latter basically is a
raw list of accepted family names. An additional set of
listings of accepted family name and synonymy, with
authorship and dates of publication as I outline the
families is also provided. To aid those interested in
higher ranks, those of order and superorder are
available. As more information is obtained of the ranks
of division/phylum and class, these will be added. These
files may be printed out at any time.
- The West Virginia
University Tree Bark Web Site. This site was designed
to provide a place to learn about the anatomy and
physiology of tree bark, fungal canker diseases that
affect tree bark, the wound responses of injured tree
bark, and the role of wound responses in the resistance
of living tree bark to wound pathogens.
- The Azolla Page,
from the Department of Plant Biology, Faculty of Sciences
of Lisbon University, Centre for Environmental Biology
(CEB), Portugal. This site is an international forum of
discussion and diffusion on Azolla.
- Ceratopteris - A
Simple Model Plant System, USA
and Man in New Guinea, from Australia. Text by J.R.
Croft (a paper presented to Papua New Guinea Botany
of the Canberra Region (David and Christopher Nicholls,
Isoëtes Page. The site is dedicated to the genus Isoëtes
(Lycopodiophyta), in particular to the Mediterranean
species. Natural history of these fern allies is
described. These plants are under study by the
"Laboratorio di Fisiologia Vegetale e
Micropropagazione", Department of Botany, University
of Palermo, Italy. Studies are concerned with anatomy,
morphology, taxonomy, karyology. The site was made and is
maintained by dr. Angelo Troia.
Knouse on Ferns and Fern Allies. Clasification,
bibliography, lcoal checklists etc.
Ancient Bristlecone Pine. Facts about the more than
4,700-year-old pine in White-Inyo mountain range of
Redwood Trees Essays. The essays are transcripts of
talks given in Humboldt County in 1965 by professors of
the U.C. Berkeley School of Forestry. They were
duplicated on mimeographed paper, and filed in the U.C.
Berkeley Forestry Library. In the interest of preserving
them, they were OCRed, and converted into WWW documents.
Database. Descriptions, ranges, ecological, taxonomic
and ethnobotanical data for all taxa of the gymnosperms
(Division Pinophyta). Webmaster Christopher J. Earle,
Seattle, Washington, USA.
Key to Gingkos Survival by N. Snigirevskaya, Saint
Petersburg, Russia. The article is from IOP Newsletter
52, and is available via the server of the International
Organization of Paleobotany, UK
Cone Identification Page (University of Delaware
Botanical Garden, USA)
- Trees of
the Pacific Northwest. Tree identification Home Page
at Oregon State University. The purpose of this site is
to help you identify common conifers in the Pacific
Northwest.Information about the conifers of Oregon, USA,
including a dichotomous key for their identification.
of Pinus patula: an annotated bibliography, from
Oxfod, UK; bibliogarphy compiled by J.A. Wright 1994.
Resource Centre by Mark Watson and Martin
Pullan, RBG Edinburgh, UK. The Araliales Resource
Centre enables access to a wide variety of
information relating to the plant families
Apiaceae (Umbelliferae) and Araliaceae. This
first stage contains data on 100 researchers
worldwide, on-going projects, publications and
much more additional relevant information.
(Araceae). The Crypts Pages by Jan D.
Bastmeier, the Netherlands, deal with the
cultivation and taxonomy of Cryptocoryne
(Araceae). Many pictures to show the variation in
the species, a list of synonyms, and links to
other relevant sites.
Genus Dracontium L. (Araceae) by Guanghua Zhu,
Family Araceae by IAS, MoBot, USA
Revision of Anthurium Section Pachyneurium
(ARACEAE), Thomas B. Croat, Ann. Missouri
Bot. Gard. 78: 539-855. 1991.
Taxonomic Revision of Pseudodracontium (Araceae),
Russia. The database maintained using FLORIN
Information System represents the taxonomic
revision of the Indochinese endemic
Pseudodracontium N.E. Brown (Serebryanyi, 1995.
Blumea 40: 217-235). New version of the database
also comprises slides of Pseudodracontium
- Arecaceae (Palmae)
European Palm Society
Hardy Palms (Arecaceae / Palmae; Leonard
Holmes, USA). Information on species of palms
which are easily grown in temperate areas.
Includes cultural information, tips for winter
protection, sources for plants, links to other
North American and Caribbean Palms, Arecaceae
(Palmae) by Robert B. Hole, Jr., USA.
information developed by Dr. Henry Donselman,
Palm Trees, Tropicals, Subtropicals
- Palms of the
World. This site, maintained by Mike Maxson
in USA, was designed to expose people to the many
different palms (Arecaceae/Palmae) located
throughout the world and provide links to other
palm information on the www.
an Ecologically and Economically Important Native
Palm by George Tanner, J. Jeffrey Mullahey,
and David Maehr, University of Florida, USA. Saw
palmetto (Serenoa repens), also known as
palmetto, is endemic to the southeastern United
(Asteraceae) Type Specimen Database
Web Sites (P. Barlow, USA). Information and
images of Cirsium and related thistle genera.
- What A Flower (Dale Bishop, Oregon, USA)
variabilis Diseases (Texas Plant Disease
Silversword Alliance by Dr. Gerald Carr,
University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA. All 28 species
of Argyroxiphium, Dubautia, and Wilkesia
comprising the Hawaiian silversword alliance are
illustrated and characterized. Features of the
adaptive radiation of this group, including
stature and habit, flower and fruit diversity,
leaf morphology and anatomy, ecological and
physiological adaptations, chromosomal diversity,
chemical evolution, genetic variation,
hybridization, molecular evolution, and origin
and relationships are treated in a series of
expository web pages.
of the genus Centaurea (Compositae), Russia.
The database maintained by FLORIN Information
System comprises detailed pollen descriptions,
photos, drawings of pollen types, as well as
Sunflower-Girasol Page of Luis F. Hernández,
Agronomy Department, Universidad Nacional del
Sur, Bahía Blanca, Argentina
Sunflowers (Helianthus). A collaborative
project of the Flora
of Texas Consortium, USA.
Biota. Maintained by Howard Frank, Entomology
and Nematology Department, University of Florida,
- Bromeliad Society
International. The purposes of the Bromeliad
Society International are to promote and maintain
public and scientific interest in the research,
development, preservation , and distribution of
bromeliads, both natural and hybrid,throughout
the world, and to promote fellowship. The site
contains information from around the world on
culture, events, affiliated societies, and
publications relating to Bromeliads.
Rican Bromeliads (imge collection)
Bromeliaceae of South Florida, USA
and Biogeography of Bromeliaceae (David Taylor,
- See also the IDB botanical
Austrian Cactus Page by Hannes Proschko.
Cactaceae Listing, USA. Standardized
nomenclature following ©John T. Kartesz. 1994. A
Synonymized Checklist of the Vascular Flora of
the United States, Canada, and Greenland. The
Biota of North America Program of the North
Carolina Botanical Garden.
Cacti Project, dedicated to the
popularization and conservation of the Cactus
family (Cactaceae) that occur in Brazil (in
English and Portuguese).
of the El Paso, Texas Region, USA. The text
and photographs on this page were contributed by
Clark Champie who has written two books on the
cacti of this area.
and more from the Texas Hill Country, USA.Cacti
pictures of Bob Crabb.
in Mexico - photograph collection by Clarke Brunt
- The Cactus
and Succulent Plant Mall, UK
Online. Echinocereus Online Magazine by
Martina & Andreas Ohr, Germany - monthly
electronic magazine in German and English.
világ (Cactus World) by Csaba I. Kadar, Hungary
Peyotero Cactus and Succulent pages, Italy
Mammillaria Society, UK
nomenclature and distribution. This dataset
maintained in the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney,
Australia, gives type, protologue, synonym and
geographical distribution for all names in
Casuarinaceae that have been used in recent
Chenopodiaceae Listing, USA. Standardized
nomenclature following ©John T. Kartesz. 1994. A
Synonymized Checklist of the Vascular Flora of
the United States, Canada, and Greenland. The
Biota of North America Program of the North
Carolina Botanical Garden; with data from Stephan
L. Hatch, Kancheepuram N. Gandhi, and Larry E.
Brown. 1990. Checklist of the Vascular Plants of
- Hieracium Discussion Group (send e-mail to email@example.com,
subject: subscribe hieracium First name_Family
Glories Unlimited (Daniel F. Austin, USA).
Home Page for Morning Glories (Ipomoea,
Convolvulaceae), comprising 55 genera and over
1600 species. These are primarily tropical
plants, with a number of genera being endemic to
tropical landmasses. This Website brings together
available information, and some of the people
studying the family.
Cucurbit Network, USA. In 1994, The Cucurbit
Network was created and is currently managed by
cucurbit scientists, Deena Decker-Walters, Thomas
Andres, and Terrence Walters. Their goals are to
disseminate news of recent developments
concerning cucurbits and to promote the
conservation and understanding of this plant
family through education and research. The
network provides information and news on the
cucumber, gourd, melon, pumpkin, squash family
Cucurbita pepo in the United States - Viral
Resistance, Gene Flow, and Risk Assessment by
Hugh Wilson, Texas A&M University.
of Ecuador.Taxonomic treatment of the 235
species of Ericaceae in Ecuador, including keys,
descriptions, and color images. The taxonomic
treatment is by James L. Luteyn and is extracted
from the Flora of Ecuador series vol. 54,
published in 1996.
Blueberries (Ericaceae) by James L. Luteyn,
New York Botanical Garden. The site provides
access to databases, keys, descriptions, color
images, distribution maps, local names and uses
of neotropical Ericaceae. The site also includes
monographic and floristic studies reflecting
Luteyn's 30 years of research on the family, as
well as that of some of his ericologist
Rhododendron Page, an on-line reference to
the genus Rhododendron (Ericaceae) by
Robert J. McKenzie, Tyler Arboretum.
Violets from Aggie Horticulture, from
Department of Horticultural Sciences, Texas
A&M University, USA. Information on the genus
- American Gloxinia
& Gesneriad Society Home Page, USA
- AVSA (The African
Violet Society of America) On Line, USA.
Bibliography of the Gesneriaceae, USA. This
bibliography was developed in the Department of
Botany, U.S. National Museum of Natural History,
to facilitate taxonomic research on the flowering
plant family Gesneriaceae.
Gesneriad Reference Web by Ronald Myhr, Canada.
The Gesneriad Reference Web is a large site with
over 700 pages of high resolution images of
gesneriads (organized alphabetically and by
genus), as well as a series of articles on the
taxonomy and botany of various gesneriad genera
written by experts. Gesneriads are the
horticulturally-desirable plant family to which
African Violets, Gloxinias, "lipstick
plants" and many other decorative species
and hybrids belong. The author of the site is the
founder of the Toronto Gesneriad Society and the
immediate past editor of the newsletter of the
Gesneriad Hybridizers' Association.
page by Wallace Wells, USA.
of Saintpaulia (Gesneriaceae), by Ken'ichi
Okishita from Japan.
African Violet Society, North Carolina, USA.
The Triangle AVSA is an official African Violet
Society of America affiliate located in the
Research Triangle Park, NC area. The purpose of
the Triangle AVSA is to share information and
knowledge concerning the culture, showing,
propagation, grooming, and buying of African
- Home Page for Irises
(Iridaceae) by David Pane Joyce, USA. This page
includes links to information on irises across
the web. Also, at this site there is a
description of the genus Iris, a bibliography,
and a list of Iris societies.
and Lycoris in Australian Gardens
The Loostrifes. The genera of North America,
including Mexico and Central America by Shirley
A. Graham, Department of Biological Sciences,
Kent State University, USA.
at the Australian National Botanic Gardens
Amazing Story of Kudzu, from the The
University of Alabama Center for Public
Television. Kudzu (Pueraria lobata, Fabaceae) a
Japanese fast-growing vine introduced in the late
1800s to the USA. Here is the story of its
history in the USA, and many links to other sites
with kudzu pages.
Bean Bag (gopher), Cornell, USA /// The
Bean Bag (WWW version from the Royal Botanic
Gardens Kew, UK). - Directory
of readers of the Bean Bag, from RBG Kew.
Genes Homepage. A Phaseolus/Vigna database,
Phillip E. McClean, Department of Plant Sciences,
North Dakota State University, Fargo, USA.
is a collection of references to different
aspects of research on beans (Phaseolus
and Vigna; Fabaceae), maintained by Mario
Nenno, Devision of Cell Biology,at the University
of Kaiserslautern, Germany.
Tropical Weeds Database: Legumes, Oxford, UK.
Leucnet News Home Page. The newsletter of the
International Leucaena Research and Development
Database, by Tatjana E. Kramina, Moscow,
Russia. The database includes information on
taxonomy, geographic distribution and herbarium
collections of the genus Lotus L. (Leguminosae
Juss.), with special attention to the section
Lotus. Taxonomic information stored in the
database comprises protologues, taxonomic
citations, morphological descriptions, synonymy
and citation of types. In LOTUS Database you can
also find data on herbarium specimens from K, W,
LE, KW, PR, MW, LW, LWS, MSK and other herbaria.
(Melastomataceae) in the state of Sao Paulo,
Brazil, by BDT (Base de Dados Tropical),
Brazil. Information on the Miconia species
occuring in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo.
This information was collected by researchers
from the Biology Department of the State
University of Campinas (UNICAMP) and from the
Bioscience Department of the State University of
Sao Paulo (USP). The 53 species listed and
described here probably represent all taxa of the
genus that can be expected to occur in this
State. A "clickable" identification key
is also included with pictures and figures of
species and determinant characteristics. All
information is in portuguese.
Orchid Society Culture Sheets for the
cultivation of various types of orchids.
annotated check-list of the genus Paphiopedilum,
Orchidaceae, by Harold Koopowitz, University of
California at Irvine Arboretum, USA.
aus den Arbeitskreisen Heimische Orchideen
Orchid Congress. The purpose of the Canadian
Orchid Congress is to improve the relationship
among orchid societies in Canada by meetings
devoted to the advancement of knowledge and
appreciation of orchids in Canada.
of the Orchids of North America north of Mexico
Orchids in the Mediterranean Isles by Carlo del
Prete, Botanical Garden, University of Modena
Place. Orchid pictures.
Gruppo Italiano Ricerca Orchidee Spontanee
(Italian Group for the Research on Wild Orchids),
from Pisa, Italy.
Fortner's Orchid Page, USA. Information on
orchid flowers, a short history, photo gallery,
glossary of terms, a FAQ on growing orchids,
Latin & common names of orchids, phylogeny
and lots of orchid links. Included are a
comprehensive illustrated orchid dictionary
containing the descriptions of over 1,000 orchid
genera, a comprehensive glossary, bibliography,
and book lists as well as a hybrid to species
cross-reference, and an extensive photo gallery.
There are growing tips, selected links, an
interactive Orchid FAQ and much more.
Michigan Orchids, images by Nicholas Plummer,
- The Orchid
House. This WWW site is aimed at providing
information for the orchid hobbiest. It is
maintained by Jerry Bolce,
Orchids of Pennsylvania, USA.
of the Ann Arbor Orchid Society, USA
Orchid Conservatory, USA.
- The Orchid
Mall (Carson E. Whitlow, USA). The Orchid
Mall is a listing of links to pages containing
orchid related material. For example, the
Photopage links many sites of orchid photographs.
The Reading Room lists sites of interesting
information. The Society Page is a page of links
to the many Orchid Societies which have pages on
the www. Also, there are pages for
thoseinterested in purchasing plants and/or
supplies, software and other orchid related
of Mt. Kinabalu, Malaysia. Maintained in the
Herbarium of the University of Florida, USA.
Taxonomic treatment and generic descriptions are
the work of J. J. Wood, and are published in
hard-copy by Wood, Beaman & Beaman, 1993,
Flora of Mount Kinabalu, Volume 2: Orchids. Royal
Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK.
Photo Page by Greg Allikas, USA.
in Italy and Orchids
of Italy. The latter link leads a collection
of orchid pictures by B. Barsella (Department of
Physics - University of Pisa, Italy).
de Provence, France. Distribution maps,
photos and bibliography of the orchids of
Provence, and links to other orchid sites;
maintained by Pierre-Michel Blais.
OrchidMania is an all-volunteer nonprofit
organization which provides financial support to
grassroots AIDS relief and prevention programs
around the world.
- OrchidNet Homepage
by Jon Bertsch, USA
Research Newsletters from the Royal Botanic
Gardens Kew, UK.
of Biebrza National Park (N-E Poland) by Cezary
of Wisconsin, USA. An interactive key created
by Jeff Hapemann, University of Wisconsin -
Picture Gallery (Windowsill Orchids) by Nicholas
Orchid Weblopedia from University of
California, Irvine, USA.
WWW Sites by Steve Saunders.
album of Costa Rican Orchid Speciesby the
Lankester Botanical Garden.
Orchids on the Net, Canada
& Cedric's UK Orchid Pages
francaise d'orchidophilie (French Orchid
Society) has a lot of information on French and
other European orchids, including a list of all
European taxa, with keys, images and distribution
article on Spiranthes cernua odorata by Barry
Glick, Sunshine Farms & Gardens, West
Orchid Species. Scientific and local names,
origins, flowering, phenology, images.
Orchid Conference 1999, Vancouver, Canada.
The world's largest scientific and horticultural
conference dedicated to Orchids comes to
Vancouver, Canada from April 28th to May 2nd,
- The American
Bamboo Society, USA
Australian Bamboo Network
Web, from Hawaii, USA.
Bibliographie of Jean Dupin, UK.
of the family Poaceae in Argentina, Missouri
Botanical Garden gopher, St. Louis, USA.
of the Grasses of Montana by the Montana
State University Herbarium. This project is
planned to ultimately include for each species a
distribution map, habitat description,
morphological diagnosis, and (for many) relevant
of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago S. G. Aiken,
L. L. Consaul, and M. J. Dallwitz
Genera of the World by L. Watson and M. J.
Images (Texas A&M University Bioinformatics
Working Group). Taxa represented in the
TAMU-BWG Image Database. Image files available
here are mostly derived from collaboration with
the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation
and the Texas A&M University Press.
(Poaceae, Gramineae) Research at the Smithsonian
Institution, USA. This site includes a
Catalogue of New World Grasses database. The
Catalogue includes nomenclature and taxonomy,
including literature references, types, and
geographic distribution for some 24,000 names.
The site also contains an
annotated catalogue of the C. B. Trinius
Gramineae Herbarium (LE) in St. Petersburg
(Russia), and a link to plant taxonomic
databases at the Missouri Botanical Garden.
Varieties in the United States. Agriculture
Handbook No. 170, James Alderson (Plant Materials
Specialist, Temple, Texas) & W. Curtis Sharp
(Plant Materials Specialist, Washington, D.C.,
Soil Conservation Service), USDA, Washington,
D.C., revised November 1993.
of North American Grasses, by the
Intermountain Herbarium, Utah, USA. The Manual
will provide identification keys, descriptions,
illustrations, and synonymy for all grasses that
have been found growing outside of cultivation in
North America north of Mexico. It also includes
many species that are known only from
cultivation, but the coverage of such species
will be incomplete, partly because there are few
specimens of such species in herbaria but also
because the number is constantly increasing.
World Grass Checklist, Missouri Botanical Garden,
St. Louis, USA
(Poaceae) in Australia by C.M. Weiller, M.J.
Henwood, J. Lenz and L. Watson. These
descriptions encompass the six tribes, 59 genera
and 303 taxa of specific and subspecific rank of
the subfamily Pooideae currently recognised in
Australia. The database from which the
descriptions have been generated is under
development, and part of the genus Bromus (tribe
Bromeae) and several species from tribe Aveneae
are still to be incorporated. Some of the images
referred to in the descriptions are not yet
available. Descriptions were generated from a
DELTA database by CONFOR.
Bamboo Links and Information, University of
On-Line from the Department of Botany,
Faculty of Life Sciences, Universiti Kebangsaan,
keys to Crataegus (Rosaceae) by Knud Ib
Christensen, Royal Veterinary & Agricultural
University, Arboretum, Hoersholm, Denmark. DELTA
and MEKA format multiple-entry keys (polyclave
keys) to Crataegus in the western parts of the
Old World (including taxa cultivated in
Home Page.Rosaceae lecture for Plant Biology
260 at the University of Illinois, USA. This web
page was prepared by Kenneth R. Robertson.
Source Home Page. Information on Cat's Claw (Uncaria
tomentosa), a herb found in the upper Rain
Forest in Peru.
of the Rubiaceae - database of Elmar Robbrecht,
Belgium. A worldwide database informing on
tribal position or synonymy, number of species
(worldwide), geographical distribution, etymology
and useful treatment.
page by Chris Puttock, Australia. Database on
Rubiaceae species, information on flora projects,
Rubiaceae listserver and newsletter.
Website. Penstemon (Beardtongue,
Scrophiulariaceae) information by Andrea D.
Wolfe, Department of Plant Biology at the Ohio
State University, USA.
phylogenetic and biogeographic study of the genus
Verbascum in Greece (Knud Ib Christensen,
Gopher in the British Museum of Natural
History, UK, includes selected information from
other databases including the Linnaean
Typification Project, the European Plant
Information Centre, TROPICOS, the Smithsonian
Type Register, the Field Museum catalogue of
photographs of types and the Australian Plant
home page (Antirrhinum majus). This page
collects available data about the genetics of
snapdragons (Antirrhinum majus).
(Scrophulariaceae) in Costa Rica with two new
species (from INBio, Costa Rica) - Tetranema
(Scrophulariaceae) in Costa Rica with two new
species (from Missouri Botanical Garden).
This paper of Michael H. Grayum and Barry E.
Hammel, Missouri Botanical Garden, P. O. Box 299,
St. Louis, USA. In preparation for the Manual to
the Plants of Costa Rica, this paper was reviewed
and mailed to Phytologia on 16 Feb. 1996. It was
made available at two Web sites ( INBio, MO) on
March 1, 1996.
Information by Mike Bowers - Scientific
information on Chile Peppers, University of
California, Davis, USA.
Solanaceae Information Network (ESIN), based
in the The Botanical Garden of Nijmegen, the
página Web de las Solanaceas. The genera and
species of Solanaceae cultivated in Spain.
- Solanaceae. SolGenes, a Solanaceae
Genome Database, is a compilation of molecular
and phenotypic information, primarily for tomato,
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