The free version of the handbook "Biology. Morphology of Plants "is available to" Flower ", which presents the characteristics and structure of flowers.
"Biology. Morphology of Plants" (botany) handbook will be a good biology helper!
Requires Adobe Air 3.1+
Languages: English, German, Russian
• Learn to identify weeds such as Japanese knotweed, Giant Hogweed & Himalayan Balsam at any time of year
• Descriptions of weeds & why they are a problem
• Top tips on what to do & what not to do.
• Record sightings: Log info, GPS locations & images then directly message our experts for assistance.
This app explains how to identify weeds such as Japanese knotweed, Giant Hogweed and Himalayan Balsam. Each weed page has a gallery of I.D. pics throughout the 4 seasons, FAQs and tips on what to do and what not to do.
If you need further assistance from our weed control experts, simply report a problem by clicking 'Record a Sighting'. Fill in the form and add a photo and GPS details using the built in map and then click send. Our team at Invasive Weeds Agency Ltd will be on hand to respond to your enquiries.
Invasive Weeds Agency's contact details are within the app should you prefer to call or contact us through social media.
Optimised for phone use. Tablet version coming soon.
More than 4 million paying customers from 175 countries.
You can subscribe to more than 500 apps for learning and training via GoLearningBus.Com.
GoLearningBus brings you a simple, crisp and to-the-point app for "Learn Botany and Zoology by GoLearningBus".
You have limited access to the content provided.
In guest mode you can access first chapter for free.
Login further to access second chapter of each app.
For full access to the content, please login and purchase this application.
The app provides:
1. Snack sized chapters for easy learning.
2. Bite sized flashcards to memorize key concepts
3. Simple and easy quizzes for self-assessment.
This app provides a quick summary of Botany and Zoology via easy to grasp snack sized chapters:
Introduction to Botany,
Flowers and Seeds,
Mineral Nutrition and Transport in Plants,
Mitosis and Meiosis,
Classification and Systematics,
Non Vascular Plants without Seeds,
Vascular Plants without Seeds,
Introduction to Zoology,
Diversity of Animals I,
Diversity of Animals II,
Diversity of Animals III,
Diversity of Animals IV,
Classification of Phylum Chordata,
Structural Organization of Animals.
This app will access your personal information like first name, last name, and Email id.
For more details you may refer our privacy terms at http://golearningbus.com/tou.html.
Why GoLearningBus apps:
1) Beautifully simple, Amazingly easy, Massive selection of apps.
2) Enjoyable, Entertaining and Exciting apps.
3) An incredible value for money. Lifetime of free updates!
★ ★ ★ GoLearningBus Vision : simpleNeasy Apps for a lifetime of on-the-go learning.★ ★ ★
★ ★ ★ To make education enjoyable, entertaining, and exciting for everyone. ★ ★ ★
Visit us : www.GoLearningBus.com
Please write to us at Team@WAGmob.com. We would love to improve this App.
The identification process is not computer-based, it requires human involvement. Therefore each identification is paid using Google's in-app purchase. One plant identification costs 1 USD / 0.7 EUR. If we can't identify your plant, you don't pay anything.
Everybody gets one identification for free as a trial.
Our team will respond as soon as possible, but the identification usually takes minutes or hours. So far, we have been able to identify 90% plants in average.
It is developed by scientists from four French research organisations (Cirad, INRA, Inria and IRD), and the Tela Botanica network, with the financial support of Agropolis fondation.
Among other features, this free app helps identifying plant species from photographs, through a visual recognition software. Plant species that are well enough illustrated in the botanical reference database can be easily recognized.
This app works on more than 4100 species of wild flora of the French territory, the species list is available through the application. The number of species and the number of images used by the application evolve with contributions of end users to the project.
It doesn't allow the identification of ornamental plants. It works even better than the pictures submitted are focused on one organ. Pictures of tree leaves on uniform background provide the most relevant results.
If you correctly identify a species, you can participate to the project by submitting your observation with the "contribution" button. These contributions subject to a moderation process will be validated collaboratively.
To find this application on the web, go to the following link:
Those who want to contribute more interactively to this participatory science project can go to:
Plants are selected by entering all or part of the name, either the Latin botanical name or a common name. Then just select from the result list.
For greatly extended selection criteria to enable more advanced plant selection, please look at the PBO Viewer PLUS edition.
A dedicated data interface is provided for the app, so that it uses the minimum bandwidth possible, usually about half that of the regular web pages.
You can browse plants by families, genus, search by common name or scientific name, and state. The detail species page include major characters and distribute map, and linked to USDA web site for detail information.
You can use it in a field trip, write a note about a plant, take a photo using the phone camera, select a photo from the phone. It is all at your finger tip.
You can save the plant locations and later view all of them on a map.
You can also group them, and add various species into different groups for easy access.
Note: Data are from USDA plant database (2006), with 541 families, about 5000 genea, and 50,000 species. If have other data sources, please let me know. We can make it better. I am a plant lover too!
For turf disease diagnosis a 4 step process has to be followed and for weed identification it’s only a simple 2 step process. This allows for quick and easy identification while in the field.
In the case where the turf problem cannot be easily identified, Bayer has provided a camera option allowing photographs to be uploaded and sent direct to their Field Sales Support Manager for personalised identification within 2 working days.
A guide to all Bayer turf products are also featured in the app. Details are provided on the products’ key features including an “approved for use on” as a quick guide to effective treatment.
All product information pages have links to Bayer’s website allowing access to the material safety data sheets (MSDS’s) and label text.
A distributor tab, segmented by area, allows users to discover where genuine Bayer products can be sourced from. Phone, email and web details are provided for all of the official Bayer distributors.
The app offers advice on:
- The situation, occurrence and treatment for each turf problem
- The identification, life cycle and problems caused by turf insects
- A camera option to help identify unknown weeds or diseases
- The thresholds for treatment
This app is designed for turf managers responsible for maintenance and development of all types of managed turf especially golf greenkeepers and sports stadia groundsmen.
Topics covered include:
Leaf: general structure of simple and compound leaves; shapes, dissection types, types of margin, venation, arrangement.
Flower: general structure of a flower, grass flower and spike; symmetry types, corolla shapes, simple inflorescences, monopodial inflorescences.
Fruit: classification of dry and fleshy fruits.
"Biology. Morphology of Plants" (botany) handbook will be a good biology helper!
Requires Adobe Air 2.6+
Keywords: biology, bio, botany, plants, plant biology, leaves, fruit, flower, biological, biologic, inflorescence, inflorescence morphology, biology handbook, biology reference, plants handbook, plant reference, halo, spike, venation, biology of plants
It is designed with simplicity in mind, with information provided on each genus including common names, distribution, growing region, when and how to sow, and plant care.
The Garden Plants Growing Guide contains beautiful photographs making it easy to visualize how the plants will look in your garden.
All of the plant growing information is stored natively on the phone, so there is no need for internet access to use the app once it has been installed. This means that you can access the Garden Plants Growing Guide wherever you are, whether it be in the garden greenhouse, at a nursery, or even a remote botanical garden.
As the plant index is image intensive it may occasionally deliver a 'window not found error'; this is due to running out of internal memory on the phone. This most commonly occurs when many other apps are running simultaneously.
This is easily (usually) fixable by doing the following:
Settings --> Apps --> Downloaded --> Garden Plants Growing Guide
Then click the --> Clear Data and Force Stop buttons.
TURF MD - An interactive reference tool for the identification and management of turfgrass diseases. Turf MD was designed for golf course superintendents, sports turf managers, turf scientists, extension professionals, and anyone else responsible for turfgrass health. It includes peer-reviewed images, diagnostic keys, decision support tools, and recommendations to help users identify and treat diseases, plus a directory of turf extension sources for more information. The app’s content is based on three APS PRESS Books: Turfgrass Diseases, Third Edition (Richard W. Smiley, Peter H. Dernoeden, and Bruce B. Clarke); A Practical Guide to Turfgrass Fungicides (Richard Latin ; and additional images and keys found in the Turfgrass Diseases, Diagnosis and Management CD-Rom (Gail L. Schumann and James D. MacDonald), published by APS PRESS.
TOMATO MD - An interactive tomato reference tool that helps hobby and master gardeners, professional growers, and consultants identify and manage nearly 30 key diseases, insects, and physiological disorders. The app is rich with images and tips covering everything from cultural to chemical management. Tomato MD is based in part on two APS PRESS Books: Tomato Health Management and the Compendium of Tomato Diseases and Pests, Second Edition. Tomato MD was authored and peer-reviewed by American Phytopathological Society members Margaret McGrath, Gail Ruhl, Michelle Grabowski, Daniel Gilrein, Robert Wick, and Margery Daughtrey. Many others contributed images.
We’ve all admired our neighbor’s gorgeous gardens filled with flowering perennials and longed to recreate their beauty in our own back yard. But if we’re being honest, when it comes to gardening, most of us have no idea where to begin. Additionally, in these economic times, who can afford to hire an expert to come in and do the job for us? That said, regular folks all across North America and Europe are returning to the soil, shovels in hand. With the help of this book, there is absolutely no need to fly blind into the world of green thumbs, perennials, and herbs. The name--Garden Guide: A No Nonsense, No PhD Guide to Great Gardens with Hand-Holding How To’s for Beginners and Straightforward Instruction for Advanced Gardeners—truly says it all. Indeed, this book is the hand-holding garden guide that will walk even the most timid novice right through the gardening process from beginning to end.
In addition to straightforward, practical advice in everyday language, you will love the stories and anecdotes Olver shares from her fifteen years of backyard, organic gardening adventures. Easy and entertaining, you‘ll probably read this book in one sitting, but you’ll reference it for years to come. The beauty of Garden Guide is that Olver divides her advice into two sections: Beginning Gardeners and Advanced Gardeners. No matter what your skill level, there are simple explanations, tips, and tricks that will walk you through every aspect of the garden process. Garden Guide features details such as:
• Everything you need to know about location, from sunlight to drainage to selecting just the right spot
• How to understand soil types, how to amend and condition them
• pH levels and soil testing broken down in simple terms
• Step by Step guide for planning your PERFECT garden no matter where the location
• Fertilizing made manageable with explanations for all those numbers and organic alternatives
• Composting broken down so you can start immediately
• Pests obliterated with loads of organic suggestions
• The basics of garden maintenance from deadheading to dividing perennials
• Loads of helpful website suggestions for purchasing plants online, getting ideas, locating county extension offices, perennial databases and so much more.
• Gardening terms are defined in language you will both understand and remember
If you have time to read only one book on gardening, this is the book to choose. Short enough not to feel like an encyclopedia and just long enough to wet your gardening appetite, Olver has woven basic garden science and practical ideas for everyday people into each page. With her warm, inviting, no-nonsense instruction, you will be amazed how simple and doable gardening really is. Not only will you be thoroughly educated in basic gardening, you will find yourself inspired to begin planting in your own patch of earth and well on your way toward beautiful perennial beds.
The fruits and vegetables are listed in the guide by their growing season — spring, summer and fall — with fruits and vegetables that grow best in cooler weather listed in both the spring and the fall sections. Recipes combining fruits or vegetables only contain fruits or vegetables grown in the same season.
In addition to information and recipes for produce found in Missouri, a directory of farmer's markets where fresh produce can be purchased is provided. Choose fruits and vegetables in season and you get all the benefits — food that tastes good, is good for you and is reasonably priced. Whether you get your fruits and vegetables at your farmer’s market, a roadside farm stand, through Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), or from your own garden or local grocery store, enjoy the goodness of fruits and vegetables. Eat a variety every day.
Seasonal and simple is provided by the University of Missouri Extension.