Provides an introduction to plants. Topics include how they grow, individual plant parts, making food, pollination, seed dispersal, adaptations, and how they help the environment.
Eighty different species are described and illustrated as you take a virtual walk around the University of Washington. Common and Latin names are given.
Provides accurate drawings of 63 wildflowers. Flowers listed by both common name and scientific name. Each drawing includes coloring guide.
Learn how the roots, trunk, leaves, twigs, and buds are put together. Tells how to identify trees and what happens inside the tree.
Contains a wide variety of terms associated with botany and paleobotany (which is the study of plant fossils, or ancient plants).
Tells what different parts do and why they are important to the health of the tree.
Find photo images of flowers. From the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Includes a fact sheet on this tall, branching shrub, and what is being done to help it.
Full of interactive adventures to explain why trees have different shapes, how squirrels help oak trees to survive, how trees spread their seeds, and how trees protect their space.
Tells what economic botany is, and explains the collections at the museum.
Provides glossary of all trees for students and researchers, also guid through the process of tree selection.
An introduction to photosynthesis and other energy sources that move through nature.
Search for profiles of plants from A-Z. With photos.
Includes games, coloring pages, facts, and stationery.
Contains short movie clips that show movements of plants and flowers over an extended period of time. Also includes learning projects and plant art. Apple QuickTime is required to view the movie clips.
Provides an alphabetical list of plants, flowers, and ornamentals. Also includes pictures.
Fun facts, photographs, and information about tree types, classification, life cycles, habitat, stems, rings, and harvesting operations.
Provides descriptions and photographs of trees and shrubs in Great Britain and Ireland. Includes an image database.
Non-profit program dedicated to educating children about the responsible management and use of California's most renewable resource. Includes resources for students and teachers, including lessons, games, and other resources.
History, varied uses for kudzu plants, links and references.
Help Detective LePlant and his partners Bud and Sprout unlock the amazing mysteries of plant life.
Comprehensive information about this plant that eats meat and also includes includes information on how to grow one.
An identification resource that covers plants, grasses, and trees. Information is sorted by common name, scientific name, and by the “family” to which it belongs.
Travel with Pierre as you learn all about how trees are important to us.
Provides information on plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the United States and its territories. Users can search by name, geographic distribution, or other characteristics.
Provides standardized information about the vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the U.S. and its territories.
Covers a wide range of subjects that study plants, algae, and fungi. Topics include the importance of botany, etymology, history, and botanists.
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