These pages provide supplementary information
for enrolled students; including an overview
of course objectives and general information, a course
syllabus that includes links to related pages from Texas A&M
and elsewhere, a discussion of testing
and the required plant collection. Also,
as we move into the 'field' portion of the course, our floristic expeditions
will be tracked via a field journal.
Using browser-equipped machines in either rm. 004 (Susie) or rm.
005 (Calvin), students can also access local
informatics resources or search the
global plant systematics database.
© 1996, Herbarium,
Department of Biology, Texas
A&M University. These pages are being developed, with support
from the Texas
A&M Institute for Scientific Computation (note: server
support from the ISC was withdrawn in 1999 - revision to correct URL refs
on legacy pages is proceeding as time permits) and the the Texas
A&M Center for the Study of Digital Libraries, for the personal
use of Texas A&M systematic botany students and all with an interest
in the Texas flora. They are not designed for commercial use or
Last updated on 25 March 1996 by Dr.
Hugh D. Wilson.