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666A moving story: Workflows for relocation and expansion of the BRIT-SMU-VDB Herbarium at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas
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Historical SectionNeill, Amanda K.; Rehman, Tiana Franklin; Kieschnick, Sam; Swadek, Rebecca; Markstiener, Patty; Norton, Kim.best practices
herbarium
collections
museum
119Blanche and OakesAmes: A Relationship of Art and Science
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Historical SectionFlannery, Maura.Oakes Ames
Blanche Ames
orchids
herbaria
feminism
273Botanical Education in the United States II. Asa Gray through Charles Bessey and the New Botany
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Historical SectionSundberg, Marshall.Bessey
botany education
Gray
Lincoln Phelps
Wood
Coulter
120Evidence for an alternative evolutionary and ethnopharmacological role for anti-malarial plants in Sub-Saharan Africa
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Historical SectionMaranz, Steven.malaria
TAS2R bitter taste genes
dietary flavonoids
Africa
plant therapies
604ry and Economic Botany: Some Methodological Reflections
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Historical SectionTouwaide, Alain.History
research methods
Primary sources
Written record of ancient practice
Manuscripts
Early printed books
comparative methods
185The Field Book Project
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Historical SectionRussell, Rusty; Van Camp, Anne; Sheffield, Carolyn.field book
collectors
collections
biodiversity
590When History Meets Genetics. Horseradish in Antiquity
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Historical SectionTouwaide, Alain.Horseradish
phylogenetics
historical (textual) data
research methods

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