Texas A&M University - Department of Biology
Departmental Seminar - BIOL 481 (507) - Fall Semester, 1997
Instructor: Dr. Hugh D. Wilson (email)

Departmental seminars allow students to explore a wide range of topics and share the results of independent research, usually as a series of presentations to the class.  Students enrolled in the Fall, 1997  'Medical Botany' seminar opted - at the first class meeting - to use the World Wide Web as a substitute for 'traditional' seminar presentations this semester.  The result of their work, web-based reports on assorted medicinal plants, is presented below:
 
Aloe barbadensis
Danna Dippel
Catharanthus roseus Michael Hammack
Podophyllum peltatum
Daniel Hirmas
Uncaria tomentosa
Barbara Martinez
Plantago lanceolata
Troy Moore
Atropa belladonna
Michelle Ong
Echinacea angustifolia
Jennifer Simek
Ginko biloba
Clifton Williamson
Hypericum perforatum
Rachel Zammit
 

Internet resources and references:
 

Basic HTML
HTML - more detail and specifics plus special character codes
Overviews:  HTML, graphics, programming
Color Chart
ClipArt
Page Design/graphics
Search: Alta Vista or Webcrawler or HotBot or Lycos or multiple engines
Medical Botany I (Fall, 1996)


© 1997, Herbarium, Department of Biology, Texas A&M University. These WWW pages are being developed, with support from the Texas A&M Institute for Scientific Computation and the Texas A&M Center for the Study of Digital Libraries, for the personal use our students. They are not designed for commercial use or publication. 
Last updated: 17 December 1997