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Congress Grass, Gajar Ghans, Santa Maria Feverfew and Whitetop Weed Parthenium hysterophorus

One of the worst invasive plants in India, but it has medicinal values.

Alpha diversity question

Hello all,

first of all I will made a brief resume about my thesis:
I had 2 sub-projects, project A - abiotic stress (water stress) and project M - biotic stress (mycorrhization). I need to find the genes involved in this stresses but my question now will be about alpha diversity.

Project A - water stress - I had 3 plants growing in 1 - less water, 2- medium water and 3- full water. Read more »

Alpha diversity question

Hello all,

first of all I will made a brief resume about my thesis:
I had 2 sub-projects, project A - abiotic stress (water stress) and project M - biotic stress (mycorrhization). I need to find the genes involved in this stresses but my question now will be about alpha diversity.

Project A - water stress - I had 3 plants growing in 1 - less water, 2- medium water and 3- full water. Read more »

IUCN red status

A few members of Droseraceae are now listed by the IUCN in the Red List. This is the beginning of a large scale evaluation of conservation status for carnivorous plants. See Drosera burmanni http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/169038/0 as an example.

Drosera rotundifolia L.

Drosera rotundifolia L. is one of the most widespread species in the genus and is found around the northern hemisphere in cool temperate regions with acid soils.

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Matthew Hanlon

Can you please elaborate? I do not see any My-Plant support tickets submitted by you.

posted on 12:07 pm, Dec 28, 2011

Douglas fir

Thanks for welcoming me here; my profile photo is taken in front of the oldest Douglas fir in Scotland
planted from seeds collected by David Douglas.

Holly and Ivy Clades

Happy Holidays everyone!!!

The Green Algal Tree of Life project is online. Visit the p

The Green Algal Tree of Life project is online. Visit the project web site at www.gratol.org. If you'd like more information, contact me.
Rick McCourt

Need genotypic and phenotyic data of line cross populations

I'm looking for high quality datasets, number of SNPs>1000 and number of individuals >400, for experimental populations (F2, F3, or RILs). The dataset will be used to demonstrate a new method handling high density molecular markers. I will appreciate it if you would provided such data or you have any suggestions about where to find it. For any information to share, please contact me at zhiqiu.hu@ucr.edu.
Thank you very much for your kindly help!

News & Announcements

TNRS 3.0: Geographic Range of Plant Names Now Extends Beyond the Americas

Version 3.0 of the Taxonomic Name Resolution Service (TNRS) is still an innovative, simple, web-based tool that allows anyone – academic researchers to master gardeners – to quickly standardize plant names against trusted taxonomic sources.

My-Plant at BSA 2011 in St. Louis

My-Plant will be presented at BSA 2011 in the iPlant Workshop along with many other iPlant tools on Saturday, July 9th.

See http://2011.botanyconference.org/engine/search/index.php?func=detail&aid... for more details!

See you in St. Louis!

The Plant List - a working list of all plant species

Recently launched, the Plant List (http://www.theplantlist.org) is a new resource for the plant sciences community!  We've placed a link to the plant list in all of the clades on My-Plant.  Clade managers can update that link to point to a specific page on the Plant List if one exists for their clade. Read more »