DIRECTORY FOR BOTANY: LISTSERVERS AND NEWSGROUPS
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listserv for phycologists
Native Plants Forum. A Web forum for the disussion of
Australian native plants.
Arizona Native Plants List, USA. AZPLANTS is an
unmoderated list for discussion of Arizona native plants.
The list's central topic is the ecology, distribution,
and propagation of plants native to Arizona and the
Sonoran Desert. Related topics within the list's sphere
of interest would include native-plant xeriscaping;
revegetation, plant salvage and habitat restoration; the
impact of exotic/invasive species; state and federal
legislation related to endangered species, habitat
protection, noxious weed lists.
- Base de
Dados Tropical Discussion Lists, Brazil.
- The BioCode discussion list. To
subscribe to BioCode, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
with this one-line command: subscribe
biocode Yourfirstname Yourlastname (replace
"Yourfirstname Yourlastname" with your _real_
name). This discussion list is dedicated exclusively to
the draft BioCode, prospective international rules for
the scientific names of all organisms.
Taxonomists and Growers Discussion List (brom-L).
This is the read-only searchable archive for
BROM-L@bdt.org.BR, the Bromeliad Taxonomists and Growers
Discussion List, maintained by the Tropical Database
(BDT) in Brazil.
FAO International Cactus Pear Discussion List. You
can join this group by sending the message "sub
CACTUS-L your name" to email@example.com.
Biology Listserver, Colorado, USA.
- Exotic-Plants mailing list (CalEPPC) . Exotic-plants is a
mailing list managed by the California Exotic Pest Plant
Council (CaLEPPC) to facilitate the exchange of
information regarding the control and management of
invasive plants in natural areas. Join the list by
sending "subscribe exotic-plants" to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mailing List, USA.
The Gardener's Guide to Mailing Lists. Links and
how-to-join information on many mailing lists: Alpines -
Aquatic Plants - Aroids - Bonsai - Bromeliads - Cacti -
Carnivorous Plants - Chile Peppers - Consumer
Horticulture -Community Gardening - Compost - Daffodils -
Gardens - Gesneriads and African Violets - Gourds -
Greenhouses - Herbs -Hibiscus - Horticulture Newsletter -
Horticulture: Human Issues - Hydroponics - Irises -
Master Gardeners - Indoor Gardening - Mediterranean
Plants - Native Plants - PNW - Prairie - Seeds - Orchids
- Organic Gardening - Pumpkins - Research Gardens -
Square Foot Gardening - Trickle Irrigation ... compiled
by Karen Fletcher, USA.
Mailing List Homepage
Discussion Lists of Interest to Palynologists by
Florin Neumann, Department of Geology, University of
- LICHENS-L (send mail
"subscribe LICHENS-L Your Name" to
email@example.com). An electronic discussion group
devoted to lichens.
Lists for Gardeners, a resume of lists compiled by
Karen Fletcher, USA.
Crops LISTSERV, Purdue University, USA
(Natural History Collections Listserv) archives. NHCOLL-L,
Natural History Collections Listserv - to subscribe, send
an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org. In
the text field type: SUBSCRIBE NHCOLL-L followed by your
full name. The list manager is Paula M. Sumpter.
Discussion Group and Mailing List, UK. Discussion
group/mailing list open to academics, industrialists and
professionals who work with plant-based natural products.
Subject areas include traditional herbal medicines,
phytochemistry, pharmacognosy, ethnobotany, economic
botany, research on phytochemistry, ethnobotany and other
Listserv Archives. Taxacom is a biological
systematics discussion group. To subscribe TAXACOM, send
message: subscribe taxacom your_name to
email@example.com. The TAXACOM Listserv list is
managed by Peter Rauch, Berkeley, California and Jim
Beach, University of Kansas Natural History Museum and
Biodiversity Research Center, Lawrence, Kansas.
PLANT-TC listserv, University of Minnesota, USA.
Established in November of 1994, the listserv PLANT_TC is
an international forum for discussing scientific,
educational, organizational and other aspects related to
PLANT TISSUE CULTURE (physiology, pathology,
micropropagation, secondary products, transformation,
developmental biology, etc).
- A list of Publicly
Accessible Mailing Lists by Subject. - Publicly
Accessible Mailing List - Index for Botany (in March
1996 only a couple of lists mentioned).
Seeds Mailing List by Duncan McAlpine. The
propagation mailing list is to educate members in the
methods of propagating plants. Discussion is open to any
variety of plant, chemicals or equipment used to
propagate plants. A Hypermail file is provided for
viewing to see current discussions.
- Garden plants
FAQ. This page is a compilation of questions
and answers that have appeared in the Usenet
Newsgroup rec.gardens.roses on the Internet, and
other articles that regular contributors to the
newsgroup have written. The page is currently
maintained at Mississippi College in Clinton,
- A selection of bionet. and sci. newsgroups of interest
discussion of agroforestry.
announcements of widespread interest to
computer and mathematical applications
discussions about tropical biology
general BIOSCI discussion
contents of biological journals
mycological discussion group
general discussion on plants
a newsgroup for photosynthesis researchers
software for biology
the scientific study of plants
general discussion on biology and related
systematics, taxonomy, and the tree of life
archive to sci.bio.evolution discussion group.
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