|For Exam 1
||For Exam 2
||For Final Exam
|Spirals in cones
in Math: Spirals, Fibonacci, and Being a Plant -
Vi Hart, Part 1 of 3
||Shows how spirals occur in nature and
demonstrates with cones and other plant parts. All
three parts are great!
||Pinales ("conifers") - by Tim Dickinson - from EEB337H1 at Univ. of Toronto.||Has a list of features of some conifer families, followed by beautiful photos to illustrate many points.|
- The Gymnosperm Database
||Skip past "Taxonomic Notes"
|Balsam Woolly Adelgid
Woolly Adelgid - (pdf) by I.R. Ragenovich and
R.G. Mitchell, USDA Forest Service
||12 page brochure with
detailed descriptions of the insect, hosts, damage, and
||Picea - The Gymnosperm Database||Skip past "Taxonomic Notes" to "Description."|
|Cooley Spruce Gall Aphid
Gall Adelgid - University of Massachusetts
Extension Fact Sheet
||Covers the life cycle of this
insect pest. Includes a few photos.
||Pinus - The Gymnosperm Database||Skip past "Taxonomic Notes" to "Description."|
||Growth characteristics of the ancient bristlecone pines - by Leonard Miller||Comments refer to Pinus longaeva and Pinus aristata . Discusses why they live so long.|
||Tsuga mertensiana - from the Gymnosperm Database||Covers identification, growing conditions, and more.|
||C is for
Conifers - from They Might Be Giants
||A fun song about
conifers. Mentions some kinds of conifers and uses for
Planning - (pdf) by P. Wray, L. Sternwets,
and J. Lenahan, Iowa Cooperative Extension Service
||Good summary information on
benefits of windbreaks and how to design effective ones.
- from Penn State Extension
information of the effects of height, density,
orientation, and length.
& More: Bulb basics - from University of
||Reviews the differences
between true bulbs and other storage organs.
Divisions & Cultivars - from the
American Daffodil Society
||Descriptions and good phots
to illustrate each dividion.
Heck is an Invasive Plant? - (pdf)
from the National Park Service
||From the Weeds Gone Wild web site: a short fact sheet that explains what invasive plants are.|
||Ivy O.U.T. - from Pacific Native Plant Society||Extensive information on
the problem with Hedera helix in Washington and
what to do about it.
||Invasive and Noxious Weeds - from the USDA and the Natural Recources Conservation Service||A nationwide database of invasive plants and noxiuos weeds; information by state or by plant.|
- (pdf) from Alabama Cooperative Extension
||Detail description of the
disease. Lists of susceptible and resistant plants.
all topics in previous tables
exam covers ALL topics
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