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Annals of botany

Smithsonian Libraries
Vols. 1-13 include Botanical necrology for 1887-89.

Vols. 1-4 include section called Record of current literature.

Online abstracts and tables of contents are HTML encoded, articles are in portable document format (pdf).

Also available to subscribers via the World Wide Web; access available via SIL PURL.

Also available online.

System requirements for electronic version: Internet connectivity, World Wide Web browser, and Adobe Acrobat reader.

Mode of access for electronic version: World Wide Web.

Vols. 1-10, 1887-96, with v. 10; Vols. 11-20, 1897-1906, with v. 20; Vols. 21-30, with v. 30; Vols. 41-50, 1927-36. 1 v.; New ser., Vols. 1-25, 1937-61. 1 v.; Author index: Vols. 1-50, 1887-1936. 1 v.

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Smithsonian contributions to botany

Smithsonian Libraries
Suspended after publication of no. 91 (2001) and restarted with no. 92 (2009).

Also available online.

Available also via the World Wide Web; access available via SIL PURL.

No. 1- issued by the Smithsonian Institution.

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American journal of botany

Smithsonian Libraries
Chemical abstracts 0009-2258 Also available online. Available also by subscription via the World Wide Web; access available via SIL PURL. Also issued online. Official publication of the Botanical Society of America. Has supplements: Botanical Society of America. Membership directory and handbook, <1990->; Guide to graduate study in botany for the United States and Canada, Elecresource

Beginning Botany with Camas

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Interdisciplinary extension to lessons describing the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Examines the fundamental principles of botany by studying the history and characteristics of the camas plant.

Notes on Cherokee botany

National Anthropological Archives
April 25, 1927 - Sent to Dr. Olbrechts, Swayney, North Carolina, July 1, 1927- Returned to Bureau by Dr. Olbrechts bound as 1 volume.

September 15, 1927. Sent to Dr. Olbrechts, Kessel, Loo, Brab, Belgium. (for sixty days) April 10, 1930. Returned.

Digitizing the Smithsonian’s Botany Collection

Smithsonian Science

Given its scale and diversity, the Smithsonian’s collection of 154 million items presents a unique digitization challenge. This video showcases a conveyor belt driven imaging […]

The post Digitizing the Smithsonian’s Botany Collection appeared first on Smithsonian Insider.

Paxton's Magazine of Botany, vol. 12

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Madroño : a West American journal of botany

Smithsonian Libraries
"Journal of the California Botanical Society."

Chemical abstracts 0009-2258

Also available online.

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Botany and Horticulture at the Libraries

Smithsonian Libraries
In honor of National Gardens Month (April), the Smithsonian Libraries’ 50th Anniversary and our exhibition, Cultivating America’s Gardens, we take a deeper look at the botany and horticulture collections in more »

Journal of botany, British and foreign

Smithsonian Libraries
Title from vol. t.p.

Department of Botany References and Tools

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Webpage for the Department of Botany. Includes botanical links, news, nomenclatural tools, taxonomic groups, imaging by geographic area, and more.

Elements of botany / by R.J. Thornton

Smithsonian Libraries
The engraved plates have imprint of "Dr. Thornton", and are variously dated 1810-1812.

Printed for the Author, as Prizes in the Royal Botanical Lottery, by J. WHITING, Finsbury Place -- t.p. Dedicated to: the Rev. Thomas Martyn, M.A. F.R.S.

"All ... copies seen by us have different numbers of plates, some of them numbered, others unnumbered" --Stafleu.

Plates signed by the illustrators: Courbold, Grew, Henderson, Miller, Pether, Reinagle; and the engravers: Miss L. Byrne, Cooper, Benj. Davies, Eves, Madan, Mazel, Parkes [or Parks], Smart, Thomson, Warner, and Wetton.

Soulsby, B.H. A catalogue of the works of Linnaeus, 802

Nissen, C. Botanische Buchillustration, 1952

Stafleu, F.A. Taxonomic literature (2nd ed.), 14.289

Dr. Mason E. Hale Teaches Botany Class

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Also known as 61583A-H.

Digital contact sheet available.

Dr. Mason E. Hale, curator in charge of cryptogams at the Museum of Natural History, teaches a class on botany as part of a Smithsonian Associates program.

Botany Collections Manager Rusty Russell Plays Rugby

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Requested from Office of Printing and Photographic Services by Office of Public Affairs.

Digital contact sheet available.

Selections available as image set.

Rusty Russell, collections manager for botany at the National Museum of Natural History, plays rugby with the Maryland Old Boys (M.O.B.), a local club that forms part of the Potomac Rugby Union.

Botany Collections Manager Rusty Russell Plays Rugby

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Requested from Office of Printing and Photographic Services by Office of Public Affairs.

Digital contact sheet available.

Selections available as image set.

Rusty Russell, collections manager for botany at the National Museum of Natural History, plays rugby with the Maryland Old Boys (M.O.B.), a local club that forms part of the Potomac Rugby Union.

Botany Collections Manager Rusty Russell Plays Rugby

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Requested from Office of Printing and Photographic Services by Office of Public Affairs.

Digital contact sheet available.

Selections available as image set.

Rusty Russell, collections manager for botany at the National Museum of Natural History, plays rugby with the Maryland Old Boys (M.O.B.), a local club that forms part of the Potomac Rugby Union.

Botany Collections Manager Rusty Russell Plays Rugby

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Requested from Office of Printing and Photographic Services by Office of Public Affairs.

Digital contact sheet available.

Selections available as image set.

Rusty Russell, collections manager for botany at the National Museum of Natural History, plays rugby with the Maryland Old Boys (M.O.B.), a local club that forms part of the Potomac Rugby Union.

Digitizing the Smithsonian’s Botany Collection

Smithsonian Insider

Given its scale and diversity, the Smithsonian’s collection of 154 million items presents a unique digitization challenge. This video showcases a conveyor belt driven imaging […]

The post Digitizing the Smithsonian’s Botany Collection appeared first on Smithsonian Insider.

Celebrating floral design in the Botany-Horticulture Library

Smithsonian Institution Libraries
This post was written by Robin Everly, Botany-Horticulture Library. Did you know that Saturday, February 28 is Floral Design Day and the day itself has been around for 20 years? The day was created to celebrate a special birthday of Carl Rittner, who founded the Rittners School of Floral Design in Boston, Massachusetts and was more »

National Museum of Natural History Department of Botany

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Variety of resources - from publications to botanical art and images to references and tools - provided by the Department of Botany.

Using digitized Botany specimens, AI excels in simple curatorial tasks

Smithsonian Insider

Millions, if not billions, of specimens reside in the world’s natural history collections, but most of these have not been carefully studied, or even looked […]

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