Botany – LibreTexts (CC BY-NC-SA)
Botany is the science of plant life and a branch of biology. Traditionally, botany includes the study of fungi and algae by mycologists and phycologists respectively.
Primary Botany – OER Commons (Various CC licences)
These resources are appropriate for Applied Science, Education, Life Science, and Physical Science programs.
This project was made possible by funding through the Open Education Resource Grant at BCIT.
History and Science of Cultivated Plants (CC BY-NC)
This textbook narrates how humans transitioned from foragers to farmers and have arrived at present-day industrial agriculture-based civilization. It entails myths, historical accounts, and scientific concepts to describe how human efforts have shaped and produced easier to grow, larger, tastier, and more nutritious fruits, vegetables, and grains from wild plants. Using examples of various economically and socially important crops central to human civilization, the book describes the origin of crop plants, the evolution of agricultural practices, fundamental concepts of natural selection vs. domestication, experimental and methodical plant breeding, and plant biotechnology.
This identification guide provides technical descriptions and photos for Ohio’s 21 invasive and noxious weed species. These descriptions include information on habitat, life cycle, key plant characteristics, and a summary of problematic features. Photos included in this guide present the weed species at different stages of maturity for optimal identification aid. This book also provides information on Ohio’s noxious seed law, extension guides to weed control, and a quick guide to weed regulations in Ohio law.
Plant Anatomy and Physiology (CC BY-SA)
This book was created to support teaching of an introductory unit on plant environmental physiology at Charles Darwin University in Australia. It makes use of various images of cells and tissues to introduce and illustrate the range of plant organelles, cells, tissues and organs.
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