Trees and T Guide - Resources and Review

A tree ring is a layer of wood cells produced by a tree or shrub in one year. This set of illustrated documents outlines the principles of dendrochronology, with further sections on resources, links, software, references, supplies and photo gallery about tree ring research.
Silva Fennica is a peer
reviewed international journal of forest science. It covers all aspects of forest research, with research articles, review articles, research notes, discussion papers, book reviews, and information on forthcoming events. There are tables of contents and abstracts for issues from 1994.
Index to information resources on forestry. Includes forest genetics, tree breeding, soils and substrates, legislation, international agreements, events and publications.
Tree Physiology is a monthly refereed journal which publishes technical reviews and original research reports on all aspects of tree physiology including: responses of forest, crop and ornamental tree species to acid rain, air pollutants, ultraviolet radiation and global warming; the genetic transformation and micropropagation of trees; tree growth, reproduction, nutrition, photosynthesis, and environmental adaptation; and the relation between tree structure and function. There is unrestricted online access to a sample selection of recent articles.
Provides lists of native plants and wildlife for any specified postal district in the UK. Information delivered includes common and scientific names, conservation status, and an indication of the suitability of each species for the garden. Also provides checklists of native plants, butterflies, bumblebees, and mammals.
A journal featuring original articles treating physiology, biochemistry, functional anatomy, structure and ecology of trees and other woody plants. Papers and reviews concerned with pathology and technological problems relevant to the structure and function of trees are also included.
A large collection of photographic slides of the activities of the Australian National Botanic Gardens and Australian botany. The bulk of the collection consists of identified Australian plant species. It is possible to browse and search images of flowers and leaves from over 80 plant families, from Acanthaceae to Winteraceae.
A checklist of native and introduced species of conifers that may be found in the wild and in cultivation in the British Isles. Includes classification, images, and a bibliography.
Details of several projects and publications about Madagascar, including biodiversity of the coffee family (Rubiaceae), legumes, orchids, phylogeny, tree species, and palms. Madagascar is one of the ecologically richest countries in the world. Its flora is diverse, peculiar, and unique. Of the estimated 12,000 species, over 80% are only found in Madagascar.
Survey investigating tree species threatened with global extinction. Provides a searchable database offering information about the distribution, uses, ecology, threats, and conservation measures of species, in response to users entering the name of a family, genus, species, country, assessor, or red list category. Also offers details of a Global Tree Campaign, to which volunteers are invited to contribute.
Organisation working to create an awareness of the value of trees and of the need for more trees and their better management. Includes information on planting, staking and managing trees, together with details of threats to trees such as underground conditions, development and vandalism.
Collection of resources facilitating the study of forest tree genomes. Features genetic maps, a DNA sequencing database, an image database and genome software. Also includes newsletters, job opportunities, a TreeGenes database and information about meetings and courses.
Information on various species of native British trees. Includes an index of common names, an index of Latin names, images, and a bibliography.
Gardening resource providing information about cultivation, propagation, varieties and hybrids. Features material on annuals, bulbs, succulents, fruit, grass, water plants, herbs, spices, houseplants, perennials, shrubs, bushes, trees, vegetables, vines, crawlers and wild flowers. Also includes a dictionary of botanical words, links to botanical gardens, associations, and societies.
Information about the 534 tree genera of the island of Borneo. Includes descriptions of the taxa and images of most of the genera.
The mission of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is to enable better management of the earth's environment by increasing knowledge and understanding of the plant kingdom. Online information includes details of collections, scientific research, conservation, education, heritage and publications, as well as access to the Kew plant databases.
Access to the Tree Conservation Database, representing over 7000 tree species of global conservation concern. Searchable by family, genus, or species name, it provides taxonomic information, threatened status, country, selected references, and notes on ecology and economics.
An automated catalogue of numerous mailing lists relevant to natural history and life sciences, with descriptions and subscription details.
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