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  1. Protein Phosphorylation in Plants (Proceedings of the Phytochemical Society of Europe)
  2. Plant Carbohydrate Biochemistry (Society for Experimental Biology)
  3. The Evolutionary Interaction of Animals and Plants: Proceedings of a Royal Society Discussion Meeting Held on 27 and 28 February 1991 (Philosophical Transactions) by Royal Society, 1991-01
  4. Plant Finder: Hardy Plant Society's Directory
  5. Recent Advances in the Chemistry and Biochemistry of Plant Lipids (Annual proceedings of the Phytochemical Society ; no. 12) by T. Galliard, E.I. Mercer, 1975-07
  6. Polyamines and Ethylene: Biochemistry, Physiology and Interactions (American Society of Plant Physiologists Series, Vol 5) by Penn State Symposium in Plant Physiology 1990, Hector E. Flores, et all 1987-06
  7. Membrane Transport in Plants & Fungi:: Molecular Mechanisms And Control (Society for Experimental Biology Symposium) by Michael R. Blatt, 1994-01
  8. Herbicides and Plant Metabolism (Society for Experimental Biology Seminar Series)
  9. Plants, Agriculture, and Human Society by W. Norman Richardson, 1978-01
  10. The Manipulation of Genetic Systems in Plant Breeding (Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volume 292, June 10, 1981) by H. Rees, 1981-12
  11. Power Plant Transients 1992: Presented at the Winter Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Anaheim, California, November 8-13, 1992 (Fed (Series), V. 140.) by Richard R. Schultz, Ga.) American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Winter Meeting (1991 : Atlanta, 1992-11
  12. Biochemical Mechanisms Involved in Plant Growth Regulation (Proceedings of the Phytochemical Society of Europe)
  13. The Biochemistry of Plant Phenolics (Proceedings of the Phytochemical Society of Europe)
  14. Molecular Biology Plant Development (Society for Experimental Biology Symposium) by Portland Press, 1992-01

81. Home
Botanical organization for persons interested in the state s native flora. Includes calendar of activities, photos, downloadable wildflower guidebook, and related links.
The Tennessee Native Plant Society was founded in the spring of 1978 as a
botanical organization for persons interested in the native flora of
Tennessee. Members include wildflower enthusiasts from all over the state
who share common interests in the areas of plant identification and folklore,
growing native plants from seeds and cuttings for use in naturalized
landscapes, and preserving natural areas to protect plants. Our members
range from professional and amateur botanists to individuals simply
interested in learning about Tennessee's diverse array of flora and unique
environments. Our members meet frequently at various locations all over the
state for field trips. For these trips we rely on local amateurs and
professionals who know the plants in a given area. Members learn of the time and place of these events and other news of the society through our TNPS newsletter. Tennessee Native Plant Society T he T NPS F ield ... Guide is Here! Available now at and your local bookstore Home Website last updated October 6 New TNPS Merchandise is available now! Go to the Merchandise navigation button to check it out.

82. Collin County Chapter - NPSOT
Includes contact information and a schedule of meetings.
Home Meetings Events Volunteer ... Newsletter
Native Plant Society of Texas, Collin County Chapter Plant of the Month, Texas Bluebonnet Plant Description Upcoming Events
Common Names: Gayfeather, Blazing Star, Button Snakeroot
Scientific name: Liatris spicata
Sun Exposure: Full Sun; Sun to Partial Shade
Bloom Color: Violet/Lavender, Purple, White/Near White
Bloom Time: Mid Summer; Late Summer/Early Fall
Other details: This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds
Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater
Self-sows freely; deadhead if you do not want volunteer seedlings next season
Seed Collecting: Allow seedheads to dry on plants; remove and collect seeds
See more 'Nice Plants' and their descriptions on the "Plants' page No Meeting in November or December

Join us for our Annual Pot Luck Dinner Location: The Woodfin's Chalk Hill Farm 4696 CR 412 McKinney, TX 75071 Chapter Info Useful Sites to Visit News
The purpose of the Native Plant Society of Texas (NPSOT) is to promote the conservation, research and utilization of the native plants and plant habitats of Texas, through education, outreach and example. To this end, the Collin County Chapter of NPSOT holds monthly meetings January through October featuring speakers on topics related to native plants and habitats, sponsors donations for native plant demonstration gardens, plans field trips, and hosts native plant information tables at local outdoor events.

83. Native Plant Society Of Texas
Promotes the conservation, research, and utilization of the native plants and plant habitats of Texas.
Native Plant Society of Texas
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    Newly-elected NPSOT president Cynthia Maguire shows off the Benny Simpson
    Native Plant Garden on the campus of Texas Woman's University.
    By Bill Ward There were at least 65 different species of native plants in bloom when Delmar Cain and I visited the trails at the Fredericksburg Nature Center (FNC) in late October. This ten-acre jewel of a nature park on the southwestern edge of Fredericksburg is a great place for native-plant lovers to visit because of the high diversity of plants in one small area.
    Possumhaw, the NICE! holiday holly
    By Bill Ward My wife knows how I complain that so many merchants rush the Christmas season, but here I am at Halloween time about to allude to Christmas time. However, our Operation NICE! Plant of the Month for November-December reminds me of the winter holidays.
    Salvias are NICE! for all seasons, especially Fall
    By Bill Ward
    Something a little different
    By Bill Ward We have many different kinds of native plants in our yard, not only to conserve water, but also because we think they make landscaping our yard more interesting and enjoyable.
    • The Native Plant Society of Texas wants to preserve our state's rich heritage for future generations. NPSOT is a non-profit organization run by volunteers who work to promote native plant appreciation, research, and conservation through 33 chapters located around the state.

84. Native Plant Society Of Texas - Concho Valley Chapter
A non-profit organization with the goal to promote the conservation, research and utilization of the native plants and plant habitats of Texas, through education, outreach and example. Address and contact information.

85. North Central Chapter Of The Native Plant Society Of Texas
Presents contact and meeting information.

86. Victorian Carnivorous Plant Society
An Australian CP society. Site has standard society information, plus growing tips, a list of many other CP societies, and overview information on every known or suspected CP species.
The Victorian Carnivorous Plant Society (VCPS) is a non profit organisation formed in 1984 for the promotion of carnivorous plants (CPs) their study and cultivation.We have members from all over the world with most being located in South East Australia where the state of Victoria is situated.Members enjoy a quaterly journal and are encouraged to attend the monthly meetings. There is also a seedbank and an extensive CP library available.There is a forum where you can ask questions about CPs , perhaps show off some photos and for general discussions on CPs.Some major events on the VCPS calendar are field trips and an annual show which gives the general public a chance to see some of the best cultivated CPs anywhere in Australia.It is also a chance for them to ask questions and gain a better understanding of the plants. Join today!
IMPORTANT MESSAGE from the VCPS, October 2010
It is highly likely hundreds of mature Cephalotus plants have been stolen from the wild recently.Please do not buy ANY LARGE Cephalotus plants unless the seller can prove that they were not stolen from the wild.Obviously this applies to any other rare ,hard to cultivate plant as well. Below , Victorian carnivorous plants of the genus

87. Canadian Carnivorous Plant Society [Jardin Botanique De Montréal]
Publishes an annual journal along with a listing of dealers and members wishing to trade plants. Organizes conferences and workshops. Participates in exhibitions with the aim of promoting a better understanding of carnivorous plants.
Canadian Carnivorous Plant Society
An association dedicated to carnivorous plant lovers
whose objective is to discover the fascinating world of these strange plants!
The world of insectivorous plants is both mysterious and fascinating. During the course of their evolution, they have developed remarkable capacities to attract, capture and digest living insects. This is largely due to the extreme poverty of the environment in which they grow. Their prey supplies them with nutrients necessary for healthy growth.
The aim of the Canadian Carnivorous Plant Society is to gather carnivorous plant lovers from across Canada in order to exchange :
  • information cultural advice seeds plants

The society will publish an annual journal and a listing of dealers and members wishing to trade plants. The society will organize conferences, workshops and will participate in exhibitions with the aim of promoting a better understanding of these plants, and the protection of indigenous species and habitats which will always remain an important issue for our society. CCPS/SCAPI is a non-profit organization for which the collection of annual dues will help us further our goals of educating and bringing together interested individuals.

88. NECPS Home Page
This group meets monthly and offers silent auctions, newsletters, lectures, seminars, and field trips. An archive of previous meeting minutes and newsletters are available online.

89. The Carnivorous Plant Society - Home
Based in the UK, this society publishes a journal and a quarterly newsletter. It also administers a seed bank that distributes seeds to members free of charge.
Home Tuesday, 16 November 2010 Membership Join Here Renew Here Rules of the Society Main Menu Home News Meetings The CPS Newsletter ... Search Information Plant Database How To.. Login Form Username
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Donation Please support The CPS by making a small donation. Thank You. Home Committee Contacts Links Forum
Welcome The Carnivorous Plant Society is a registered Charity, founded in 1978 with the aim of bringing together all those interested in carnivorous plants, both beginners and experts. Membership is open to all individuals and institutions, both amateur and professional. New EEE Blog
, to keep you up to date with all the latest news and information about this exciting development. Planta Carnivora - Newsletter and Journal of the CPS The CPS sent the Spring Edition of Planta Carnivora and the 2009 Journal to the Graphic Designer in the first week of March 2010. Unfortunately it took until the end of July to get it back for printing, despite having a set timescale in place. Further time was lost due to Lloyds TSB holding up the bank transfer to our European printer. We endeavored to keep the process to schedule, but our expectations, and ultimately yours, were not fulfilled. We have learned from this unfortunate experience and are putting measures in place to prevent it happening again. One of those measures is to bring the Journal deadline forward by 6 weeks.

Encourages knowledge, appreciation, responsible use, and conservation of the province s native plants and habitats.
Dorrance Woodward Native Plants of BC
Rocky Mountain juniper
Juniperus scopulorum
Pond with
Nuphar polysepala
Camassia spp.
Yellow marsh-marigold
Caltha palustris
Mountain bog gentian
Gentiana calycosa Castilleja thompsonii Subalpine meadow Central Coast Range Chris Czajkowski NPSBC South Coast Field Trips and Speakers To see images from past field trips, check out the Native Plant Society of BC's page on Facebook Presentation Thursday, December 2 Ranunculaceae : From the pretty to the poisonous Daniel Mosquin Deadly poisons. Garden ornamentals. Common weeds. Rare species. Meet some of the members of the family Ranunculaceae. Join Daniel for a photographic and narrative acount of this morphologically diverse family of mostly temperate species. The presentation will emphasize native plants of British Columbia and elsewhere in North America, with a few cultivated gems from around the world thrown in for good measure. It all happens at 7 p.m in the Cedar Room at VanDusen Botanical Garden, at 37th and Oak in Vancouver. Ranunculus occidentalis (western buttercup) For more events, click

91. Conserve Native Plants Society Inc.
Offers an instructional website about plant diversity in Manitoba, especially the Gull Lake Wetlands area. Pictorial database emphasizes native orchids.
Conserve Native Plants Society
C.N.P.S. Inc.
Pictorial Index
Gull Lake plants
How to use this site
Discover the Gull Lake Wetlands - a unique natural area just north of Winnipeg. Learn about native plants in their natural ecosystem. Learn to identify plant species. See rare flowering plants in bloom on Field Trips to various Manitoba locales.
Contact CNPS Inc.
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Acknowledgements Email Bud Ewacha

92. Georgia Native Plant Society
Promotes the conservation of native plants and habitats of Georgia, USA. Information about the society, native plants, events and resources.

93. South Carolina Native Plant Society, South Carolina Native Plant Society
Non-profit organization committed to the preservation and protection of native plant communities in South Carolina.
Site Navigation T he South Carolina Native Plant Society is a non-profit organization committed to the preservation and protection of native plant communities in South Carolina. We work to make this happen by providing programs and activities designed to:
  • educate and inform members and the general public about the importance of native plants
  • support efforts by government agencies to protect habitats and endangered species
  • encourage the use of native plant materials in public and private landscaping
  • promote the commercial availability of native plant materials
Join us in helping more people come to understand and appreciate the vital role native plant species play in the health and sustainability of our natural ecosystems!

94. Utah Native Plant Society Home Page
Dedicated to the appreciation, preservation and conservation of the native plants and plant communities found in the state.

95. Virginia Native Plant Society | Conserving Wild Flowers And Wild Places
Purpose is to further appreciation and conservation of Virginia s native plants and habitats.
Virginia Native Plant Society
Conserving Wild Flowers and Wild Places
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      2010 Wildflower of the Year
      Asarum canadense
      The covert blooms of wild ginger reward those who know when and where to look for them.
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      VNPS October 2010 State Field Trips
      To register and for more information, call the VNPS office at (540) 837-1600 or click on the date on the Events calendar to register online.
      October 1, 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
      Field Trip: New Kent Forestry Center
      Vaccinium arboreum
      October 2, 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
      Field Trip: Savage Neck Dunes Natural Area Preserve
      Bring a lunch or a snack and water and be prepared for weather and insects by wearing long pants, closed shoes, and a long-sleeved shirt or jacket. The parking at Savage Neck Dunes is limited, so consider carpooling. The preserve has only rudimentary toilet facilities (field toilet with tent cover), so it may be wise to stop at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel Rest Area or at the McDonalds or Hardees along Rt. 13 before arriving at the preserve. To learn more about Savage Neck, visit

96. NC Native Plant Society Home Page
Promotes the enjoyment and conservation of native plants and their habitats through education, protection, and propagation. Articles, recommendations, sources, and information about membership.
North Carolina Native Plant Society
Wildflower of the Year Atamasco Lilly
Zephyranthes atamasca NC Native Orchids Gallery NC Native Plant
Propagation Handbook
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Click Here The garden Certification
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The Blomquist Garden of the Sarah P. Duke Gardens has a new Blog.
Check it out at: Check out the improving Plant Gallery ! There are new additions and we are adding more information about the plants. Also check out the power of the new search features in the Plant Galleries! Check out a brand new website,
Going Native!
about NC native plants and wildlife. The Society now sponsors two Shinn Grants New presentations listed in the Speakers Bureau
Upcoming Events
(from the schedule Tuesday, November 09, 2010 - November-December 2010 Charlotte Chapter News Read More! Saturday, November 20, 2010 - November Board Meeting Read More!

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Encourages the appreciation and conservation of the native flora and plant communities of Wyoming through education, research, and communication. Information about membership, activities, and plant identification references.

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For professionals and amateurs who share an interest in all aspects of the flora native to the state. Information on chapters, publications, invasive plants, nurseries and seeds, membership, and contacts are featured.
“…dedicated to the preservation, conservation and study of the native plants and vegetation of Illinois.” Home Society Officers Chapter Info Membership Invasive Plants Related Links Related Links II Publications Annual Meeting You are invited to become a member of the Illinois Native Plant Society.  Members include professionals and amateurs who share an interest in all aspects of the flora native to the state of Illinois. The Society was organized as the Southern Illinois Native Plant Society in 1981.  In 1986 it became today’s statewide organization.  The Society currently consists of approximately 5 members. Members participate at two levels, state and chapter. As a state Society member, you will receive the quarterly newsletter, The Harbinger.  You will also receive the annual scientific journal, Erigenia, and an invitation to the annual meeting weekend in the spring. Chapter activities include field trips, lectures, slide shows, and workshops.  Each chapter has its own newsletter.

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