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!
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This "Plus" edition enables selection of plants by advanced criteria, rather than the single name box of the basic edition. There are 32 choices that can be used in any combination.
As long as some selections are made, then all individual choices are optional. If used, botanical and common names may be entered separately - all or part of the name, with * as a wildcard if needed. Others options provide selection by size, colour and growing conditions.
Once the selection has been made, the plant information returned is the same for both the basic and plus editions.
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.
Designed for both budding wildflower enthusiasts and experienced botanists, Oregon Wildflowers will appeal to individuals who are interested in the names and natural history of the plants they encounter. It is an excellent educational tool for all ages to learn about botany, plant communities, and ecology using the plants found throughout Oregon. Each of the 947 plants profiled has multiple photographs, distribution maps, and a detailed description. The majority of species included are native, and introduced species common to the region are also covered. Plant hunters can use the app to identify species in all ten of Oregon’s diverse ecoregions.
Users can browse through the stunning photographs of plants organized by common name, scientific name, or by family to select a plant and access the related information. However, most users will likely use the identification key that is the core of the app to identify an unknown plant of interest.
The key's interface allows users to select from twelve illustrated categories: geographic region, type of plant (e.g., wildflower, vine, shrub), flower features (flower color, number of petals, inflorescence shape, flowering month), leaf features (arrangement on plant, leaf type, leaf shape, leaf margin), plant size, and habitat.
Once downloaded, the app does not need an internet or network connection to run so you can use it no matter how remote your wanderings take you.
The Oregon Flora Project is preparing a comprehensive Flora of Oregon for publication in 2015. The Oregon Wildflowers app presents a subset of this information—over 20% of the state’s unique plants—formatted for mobile devices and easily mastered by a wide audience. Users will find extensive information on the ecoregions and plant habitats of Oregon, a glossary of botanical terms, and descriptions of each plant family represented in the app. The Oregon Flora Project website (www.oregonflora.org) contains additional information about all of Oregon’s 4,560 vascular plants.
A portion of revenues from the app supports conservation and botanical exploration in the region.
It is a science of cultivation of Garden plants, Currently apps describes how to do cultivation,Irrigation,Planting and Soil and climate. and providing the weather details.
Currently following are the modules which describes for cultivation:
Our ancestors described the multiple effects of medicinal plants, and many of their findings were confirmed by modern science.
NATURE MOBILE introduces - Medicinal Plants 2 PRO - an ideal guide to most common species of medicinal plants. Finally you have the direct option to identify different species without a book. You get a comprehensive library full of facts, figures, and images. Find out about the healing power of different species and their application area. Be inspired and experience nature in a whole new way.
LITE version includes 15 species only!
* 150 species - 1500 images
* Extensive description of the species
* Species names in 6 languages
* Scientific identification
* Quiz game
SEARCH AND IDENTIFY SPECIES BY
* APPLICATION AREA
- airway, skin, nervous system, metabolism, digestion, etc.
- blood cleansing, reducing fever, antipyretic, wound-healing, etc.
* SYMPTOMS / ILLNESS
- high blood pressure, limb pain, headache, cancer, etc.
* CULTIVATION / DISTRIBUTION
- blossoming period, location, cultivation, life expectancy
* APPEARANCE / AROMA
- flower, leaf, growth, trunk type, etc.
* Guess species from pictures
* Learn to distinguish different species
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Ideal for any gardener and those interested in Flowers!
Swipe left and right to look through plants in this easy to use and fast app. Press the info button to get a description of the plant, or get more descriptive information online.
Feedback gratefully appreciated! I'm looking to improve this app to make this a more effective tool
The app comes with a small standard database of plants. This user can add plants, add relations of plants or delete them.
-list of plants
-list of relations of plants
-add/delete relations of plants
Bruns’ plants are sold all over Europe, with the product range now comprising not only trees and shrubs from seedlings to 50-year-old specimen trees but also perennials. More than 300 qualified members of staff look after our many different types of plants and take care of marketing and sales.
The Bruns nursery product catalogue is printed annually and serves as an essential compendium for landscape architects, garden designers and horticulturists and is an important reference for apprentice gardeners and students.
Our new app now offers Bruns’ collective plant expertise as a digital reference and supplements the print catalogue and online plant information database (www.bruns.de/pflanzeninformationssystem).
It provides comprehensive information about size, growth, needles/foliage, roots, preferred position and soil requirements of each plant as well as plenty of other useful information about deciduous trees and shrubs, roses, bamboos, conifers, rhododendrons, perennials, grasses and topiaries from the Bruns nursery product range.