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herbarium Archives - Plant Talk

Herbarium specimens are available to plant breeders, chemists, foresters, researchers, government officials, and botany students around the world. You can go to–or borrow from–a herbarium just like you would a research library.

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Ronald L. Stuckey Herbarium Archives – History of Botanical ...

The Herbarium Archives contains items from the founding of the Ohio State University Herbarium in 1891 to the present. Types of materials include papers, publications, audiovisual materials, photographic images, administration files, reports, and artifacts. Materials typically come by donation to the Herbarium Archives from Professors and their ...

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Tag Archive for "Plants" | Society of Herbarium Curators

MSU Herbarium catalogues Michigan plant life There’s a special kind of library in the basement of the Plant Biology Labs at Michigan State University. Here, instead of taking a book off of a shelf, you can open a folder and find a dried plant that’s 150 years old and still green.

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Tag Archive for "Plant collections" | Society of Herbarium ...

Society for Herbarium Curators. c/o Maribeth Latvis, PhD Department of Natural Resource Mgmt 1390 College Ave, Suite 2140B Brookings, SD, 57007 / Tel: (909) 625-8767 We use cookies to offer you a better browsing experience to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website and to analyse traffic.

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The Herbarium | Kew

What plants are in the herbarium?

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Herbarium Specimens Pressed for Posterity - Plant Talk

Adjacent to The New York Botanical Garden’s Library building stands a 70,000 square-foot treasure chest: the William and Lynda Steere Herbarium.This “library” of over 7.3 million preserved and filed plant specimens is the largest in the Western Hemisphere and considered a crown jewel in the world of botanical research.

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biodiversity Archives - Plant Talk

Nov 29, 2016 · Herbarium specimens are available to plant breeders, chemists, foresters, researchers, government officials, and botany students around the world. You can go to–or borrow from–a herbarium just like you would a research library.

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Online specimen access | Herbarium, Museum of Biological ...

The types were imaged with support from the Mellon Foundation as part of a broader types imaging project; those images are viewable at JSTOR Plant Science. Links to the types and general vascular plants images/databases are provided to the right. All specimens from Ohio have now been imaged and databased (>160,000) and are available.

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Botany Collections Search

The plant collections of the Smithsonian Institution began with the acquisition of specimens collected by the United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842). These formed the foundation of a National Herbarium which today numbers over 5 million historical plant records, placing it among the world's largest and most important.

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Gray Herbarium miscellaneous plant lists, 1856 ... - archive.org

Gray Herbarium miscellaneous plant lists, 1856-1898 (inclusive) Item Preview

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Kew Herbarium Catalogue

Welcome to the Kew Herbarium Catalogue This site provides access to those specimen records and images available digitally through the Herbarium Catalogue. The Herbarium at the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew houses approximately 7 million specimens, collected from all around the world.

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Friends of the Chico State Herbarium

The Chico State Herbarium allows scientists, students, state agencies, and visitors to see and examine more than 115,300 North State plants, dating from the pre-1930s to today. This living laboratory and historical archive helps us study regional plants, identify rare species, and recover genetic information—it is a critical resource as our ...

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Harvard University Herbaria & Libraries

The Harvard University Herbaria (HUH) community denounces all forms of racism, harassment, and discrimination. We recognize the painful legacy of prejudice in which marginalized groups, especially scientists of color, who work across plant biology and academia have been made to feel unwelcome.

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University of Colorado Museum of Natural History Herbarium Home

Building Digital Collections and Infrastructure for the 21st Century at the University of Colorado Herbarium Building on previous digitization efforts the Botany Section of the University of Colorado Museum (COLO) will image, georeference and transcribe all of its vascular plants form Colorado.

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Our collections | Kew

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, our collections will be closed to visitors until at least 11 January 2021. For the Herbarium, Fungarium, and Economic Botany collections, loans, samples and image requests will not be processed until November 2020 at the earliest, though we will gradually work through requests which have accumulated.

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