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Plant ecophysiologist working on global change effects on plants. Information on research, publications, and links.
Research at the University of Guelph in plant physiology, computer automation, growth regulation, chlorophyll fluorescence and photosynthesis, DL-gene study in soybeans, and carbon partitioning.
Axel Dalberg Poulsen
Danish botanist who works on tropical plants, particularly Etlingera (Ginger) species from Borneo.
Personal site of a PhD student with information on invasive plants (Japanese knotweed and more), images of wild plants in Italy and Massachusetts, and microscopic images of Lamiacaeae trichomes.
Environmental Biology at Oxford Brookes University, UK. Main research interests are plant mineral relations, particularly aluminium toxicity and silica deposition.
Research Associate at Duke University. Includes listings and a key, with photographs, of trees in North Carolina.
Biographies of famous, and not so famous, explorers and plant explorers, with information from botanical gardens and plant clubs around the world.
German PhD student modelling canopy leaf area index in a mixed oak-beech forest and studying CO2 and N2O emission in soils under varying land use.
Pieter B. Pelser
Postdoctoral researcher in plant systematics, studying the phylogeny of Senecioneae.
Plant physiologist; professor for crop water stress management in the tropics and subtropics at the University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany. CV, research information, abstracts of papers, posters.
Alvin W. Chapman
About his visits to Floyd County in Northwest Georgia, and his botanical collections.
Abdullah I. A. Alebidi
Lecturer at King Saud University. Postharvest of fruit. Provides C.V., research interests and publications. English and Arabic.
Missouri Botanical Garden curator and researcher, an expert collector and describer of neotropical araceae or aroids.
CV, list of publications, conferences, meetings and talks. Research interests include pesticide residues, biodegradation and effects on non-target plants, induced mutation of fungi and fungal genetics.
Erika Groth, PhD
Postdoctoral scientist specializing in glyobiology of plant cell walls at the molecular level. Includes bibliography and links to research at the School of Biotechnology, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden