Tag: flowers

Lecture Slides/Videos: Flowers and Fruits Demos by Rebecca Humphrey

Rebecca Humphrey from Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, MI, USA, has developed this great virtual lecture slide deck with photos, videos, and detailed explanations of flowers and fruit…

Videos: Plant Systematics lectures by Bruce Kirchoff

Here is a list of recorded lectures on Plant Systematics by Bruce Kirchoff, professor at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA, and used in his course…

Videos: Botany topics by Timothy Evans (Dangerous Botany and more)

Here is a list of Timothy Evans’ videos on Youtube, suitable for botany classes. They are filmed in temperate North America (Michigan, USA) and feature local plants. Dangerous…

Website: Digital Encyclopedia of Ancient Life, plant articles by Elizabeth J. Hermsen

Elizabeth J. Hermsen has provided great illustrated web-based introductions to plant systematics, anatomy and morphology as part of the Digital Encyclopedia of Ancient Life.  These are great teaching…

Images: Virtual Flower Dissections, by John Riley and Ben Montgomery

Looking for images of dissected flowers that you can turn 360 degrees to understand how flowers are constructed?  Look no more.  John Riley and Benjamin R. Montgomery at…

Images: Univ. Wisconsin-Madison’s Virtual Foliage website

University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Dept of Botany have many teaching images available on their Virtual Foliage homepage. They are divided up in three themed sets (linked below with an…

Online course: Intro to Alaska Flora, by Stefanie Ickert-Bond

The online college class Intro to Alaska Flora from University of Alaska Fairbanks includes fantastic components developed by botany professor Stefanie Ickert-Bond. These online resources are available for…

Images: Dendrogrammaceae – a hypothetical family for the classroom, by Lynn Clark

These images of 21 hypothetical plants were created by Lynn Clark (Iowa State University) and Brandon Holt and can be used in a variety of exercises. Lynn Clark…

Book: ‘Botany in a Day’, by Thomas Elpel

The new 6th edition of this well-known book by Thomas Elpel follows the APG system (a phylogenetic classification system now used worldwide) and provides easy to access information…

Images: Botanical Morphology and Anatomy (Flickr Group)

Looking for good photos to use in class or to learn morphology and anatomy? Scroll through the thousands of photos that have been added to the Flickr group…