(Non-vascular plants = Mosses, Liverworts, Hornworts)
(Vascular plants = Ferns, Conifers and Flowering Plants)
Pages Everything you wanted to know about the intriguing
of Cycads Survivors from before the dinosaurs!
of Plant Kingdom Nicely arranged taxonomic introduction to
and plant-like organisms by Cardillo and Kuruvilla. Choose
to enter into the content.
Plant Lab at Berkeley In case you don't go to lab at all, you
can stay home and learn botany here. The focus of this site is
plant evolution. Good discussions of methodology (cladistics
State Noxious Weeds List Information on plants regarded as
in Washington State, from the
Washington State Noxious Weed Control Board.
Information on, and links to other sites about, all non-flowering
seed plants. (current link is to a mirror site in Germany - original site seems to be closed)
Image Gallery Worldwide tree images arranged by continent
- Carnivorous Plant
A good way to find information on all these interesting plants.
This site provides links to all images on the web and hence into
all other sites on conivorous plants.
- Washington Native Plant Society Our State organization dedicated to the education about- and protection of- our native flora.
- Celebrating wild
flowers A USDA Forest Service website with information on
wildflowers on public property throughout the United States
links - other plant topics
of Mineral Deficiencies in Tomatoes Part of the 1943
The Diagnosis of Mineral Deficiencies in Plants by Visual Symptoms by
Wallace, M.C., D.Sc., A.I.C.
Berkeley Museum of Paleontology "Web Lift" Very nicely
set of links to information on all Eukaryotic Kingdoms (including Algae
- in Protista and Chromista, a separate kingdom of things related to
algae, and Fungi) that includes information on fossil forms and
Perspective: Plant Kingdom Two naturalists' perspective on
plant kingdom, includes fungi, lichens, protists and bacteria
Plant Nutrients A good small site by
Peter Motavalli, Thomas
Marler, Frank Cruz and James McConnell of the College of Agriculture
Life Sciences at the University of Guam
of China Home Page
Home Page International Canopy Network
is based in Nalini Nadkarni's lab at The Evergreen State University in
Olympia. Particularly useful at this site are the complete
bibliographic indexes for forest canopy studies worldwide.
Code of Botanical Nomenclature (Vienna Code) If you are curious
the rules botanists follow in naming and classifying plants, its all