INTERNET CONNECTION NO REQUIRED!!
This application has been developed by a student of the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of La Laguna (ULL), Eduardo Díaz Torres, under the scientific direction of teacher Irene E. Serna Ramos.
Citrus Pests App is aimed primarily at extension agents, inspectors, and other plant professionals with access to a light microscope and hand lens. It is designed to help users determine which type of citrus insect pest they have encountered by featuring an illustrated, descriptive fact sheets for each pest. It encompasses citrus pests that are in the United States as well as those of immediate concern. Citrus Pests App is intended to be used as a screening aid. For definitive species identification, specimens should be sent to an expert for verification.
This app supports the following versions only:
• Android 2.2
• Android 2.3
• Android 4.0 and above
La identificació es basa en claus dicotòmiques a partir de l’observació de les característiques morfològiques dels vegetals (fulles, branques, flors ...).
Seguint les diferents opcions s’arriba a la determinació de l’espècie on es pot visualitzar una il.lustració orientativa. En aquest punt l’aplicació ens redirigeix a la viquipèdia, on podrem constatar que efectivament es tracta de la nostra espècie i visualitzar les seves característiques. No cal connexió a internet.
- With GPS co-ordinates and major locality captured
- Built in Google map functionality of current location and plant location to enable re-collection
- Time, date and altitude readings built in
- Ability to label vouchers for specific herbaria
- Image capturing of close up and habitat of specimen (one of each per specimen)
- Material collected checklist and space for specimen description
- Voice recording and playback functionality (one per specimen)
- Option to email voucher record
- Shows a list of voucher specimens collected with image and legit number
- Search functionality on list
- Ability to Print Voucher(KitKat Users only)
- MultiWindow support(Samsung Galaxy Devices)
*****A perfect app for a life science or biology course that is designed to engage students to explore the topic of classification. It is designed to address the needs of all students in the topic.
*****Covers the subtopics of:
Grouping living organisms
Mosses and Liverworts
Invertebrates (many examples with classification characteristics)
Vertebrates (many examples with classification characteristics)
Making a Dichotomous Key
Many examples of organisms both common and uncommon.
Drag and drop feedback for checkpoints for self-assessment
Opportunity to create a dichotomous key
***** Other Key Features:
- Think! and Explore This for greater engagement
- Main Points summary
- Concept Map
- Test Yourself (summary questions)
★This is one of many award winning ScienceWerkz apps - try them all!
Todavía en desenrolo, se atopas algún problema ou erro, por favor envia un correo á dirección indicada máis abaixo (a maiores de enviar as estadísticas) describindo a natureza do erro para poder arranxalo o antes posible.
A clave funciona descargando un arquivo da internet que contén os datos e as fotos dos cogomelos para almacenalos na tarxeta SD e telos dispoñibles sempre que se necesiten, independentemente da cobertura. Este arquivo será actualizado periódicamente, incluindo máis fotos e datos, polo que se recomenda buscar actualizacións antes de sair ó campo (pulsar a tecla de menu na pantalla de selección da clave).
IMPORTANTE: MicoKey nunca iniciará ningunha sesión de datos, utilizará as que xa existan.
O arquivo contén os datos en galego e casteĺán, puidendo escollerse o idioma independientemente da configuración do móbil.
The intended audience for this key is non-experts working in the field within Cooperative Agriculture Pest Survey (CAPS), National Plant Diagnostic Network (NPDN), and other national, regional, and state agricultural agencies/organizations with responsibilities associated with pest and disease survey and detection. However, the key will be useful for anyone who manages palms in a nursery or landscape setting. All features in the key can be used with the naked eye or a hand lens.
Information is provided for 82 commonly cultivated palm species from 48 genera, but given the difficulty of separating palm species and the number of hybrids among them, you might only be able to determine the genus for a particular palm. Only adult palms (not seedlings or pre-reproductive juvenile palms) are included in the key and descriptions. The key is illustrated with hundreds of images of species and their characteristics or features. This key provides identification support for palms that are commonly cultivated, as of 2010, in the United States (continental U.S. and Hawaii) and Caribbean Islands.
Mary Andrews contributed the image for the splash page. All other acknowledgements are available at the URL shown below.
Key author: Patti Anderson
This key is part of a complete Identifying Commonly Cultivated Palms tool : http://idtools.org/id/palms/palm-id/
Lucid Mobile key developed by USDA APHIS ITP
With this app, you can:
- Identify 30 common Midwest trees
- Follow this easy –to-use dichotomous key format, with images and a glossary to complement the descriptions
- View the history of the last dichotomous key steps
- Compare your tree to photos of twigs, buds, bark, fruit and leaves
- Check that your state is in the range of the species
- And read some interesting facts about each tree
The “identitree” was lovingly developed for Camp Joy, of Clarksville Ohio by volunteer programmers and designers at the 2013 Southwest Ohio GiveCamp
This app's goal is to change that!
We aim to help simplify the process of prepping for, and attending, NC State career fairs. Get a leg up in your career fair prep and ease some of that stress with the following features:
- View the most up to date list of companies attending the fairs
- Detailed information on each company accelerates your research
- Ability to search for companies based upon major, work authorization, and position type
- Mark potential employers as favorites
- Find every company's location on the floor plan
- Plan your visit by showing only your favorite companies on the floor plan
- Get tips and advice on your appearance, elevator speech, and general approach
We hope you find this app useful. If you have any problems, questions, or suggestions, feel free to email the support address below.
Thinking of attending North Carolina State University? Prospective students and families can explore the campus and learn about our unique programs, culture and sports teams through a self-guided tour. Whether at home or on campus our interactive student guide will accompany you as you explore our offerings through the use of the GPS-enabled campus map, student videos and photos.
* Self Guided Tour: A location-based Campus Map will highlight important landmarks on campus and will allow you to easily find your way around. As you approach buildings our tour guide will provide you with important information regarding our programs.
* Landmarks and Buildings: Learn more about our programs and explore campus landmarks via descriptions and rich-multimedia
* Custom Walking Tour: Enhance your visit by taking a custom tour and get an up-close look at many of the unique majors and programs offered.
* Multimedia: Explore our community by watching videos from campus and browsing through hundreds of photos
* Interactive Panoramas: Browse through a list of interactive 360 panoramas of covering various locations and buildings
Designed for easy use - the Lawn Care app will help take the mystery out of making your North Carolina lawn the envy of the neighborhood!
Living in the Southeast? Have insect, weed, disease, or pest troubles? Not sure what fertilizer you should put down or how much or when? With the FREE NCSU Lawn Care App you’ll have a resource to answer those difficult lawn care decisions right in your hand.
The North Carolina State University Lawn Care App is designed to assist North Carolina home owners with their lawn care. Focusing on the key categories of lawn care and maintenance, the NCSU Lawn Care App uses time sensitive information to tell you the HOWs, WHATs, and WHENs of how to care for your lawn.
With On Campus, you can quickly and easily:
Find people on campus by searching the directory
Check out the events on campus calendars
See what's to eat at the campus Dining locations
Check the local weather
Check the Wolfline schedule and current bus locations
Browse the course catalog
Find buildings with an interactive campus map
Keep up with campus featured stories
Discover other mobile apps that can help you out while on campus
Let On Campus be your guide to life at NC State University.
- View the day's current news and photos from Technician and Nubian Message
- Receive breaking news alerts
- Find out how to book your senior portrait or buy a copy of the Agromeck
- Browse through pages of the Windhover
- Listen to WKNC 88.1 FM
- Submit a song request directly to our WKNC DJs
This app is free and requires no registration to use.
The NCSU Aquatic Plants app contains well organized and detailed information, as well as clear and highly detailed pictures. This handheld app is invaluable to making an accurate identification in a field situation. It's a must have app for any aquatics professional, botanist, or fresh water preservationist.
The NCSU Sport Turf App provides instant access to information with topics ranging from general maintenance to sports specific agronomic alerts. It’s a must have app for every sports turf manager.
The keys benefited from an unpublished key written by Dr. James Hardin and from keys presented by Brown and Brown (1972: Woody plants of Maryland, Port City Press) and Preston and Wright (1988: Identification of Southeastern Trees in Winter, NC Agr. Exp. Sta. AG-42). Nomenclature and taxonomic concepts follow Weakley (2010: Flora of the southern and mid-Atlantic states). A list of excluded species is included in the app. Images were captured by Dr. Jon Stucky and Dr. Alexander Krings, with additional contributions by Will Cook (Duke University), Dr. Paul G. Davison (University of North Alabama), and Jeffrey Pippen (Duke University).