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The Flora North America Project

The development and organization of the Flora North America Project since its inception in 1967 is reviewed. Evolution of the Project from a straightforward production of a diagnostic manual of the vascular plants found in North America north of Mexico has been modified to use the Flora as a core... Full description

1st Person: Taylor, Roy L.
Source: in BioScience Vol. 21, No. 11 (1971), p. 521-523
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 1971
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Summary: The development and organization of the Flora North America Project since its inception in 1967 is reviewed. Evolution of the Project from a straightforward production of a diagnostic manual of the vascular plants found in North America north of Mexico has been modified to use the Flora as a core program for the design and development of an integrated botanical data bank. The author indicates that a two-channel approach to the program is being used by the Editorial Committee. The first priority is production of a diagnostic Flora whereas the second relates to design and development of a botanical data bank to provide support for the FNA research effort and to provide a general data base for botanical research.
Item Description: Copyright: Copyright 1971 American Institute of Biological Sciences
Physical Description: Online-Ressource
ISSN: 1525-3244

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