Trees of Life: A Visual History of Scientific Diagrams Explaining Evolution by Maria Popova Mapping 450 years of humanity’s curiosity about the living world and the relationships between organisms. Since the dawn of recorded history, humanity has been turning to the visual realm as a sensemaking tool for the world and our place in it, mapping and visualizing everything from the body to the brain to the universe to information itself. Though the use of a tree as a metaphor for understanding the relationships between organisms is often attributed to Darwin, who articulated it in his Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection in 1859, the concept, most recently appropriated in mapping systems and knowledge networks, is actually much older, predating the theory of evolution itself. Theodore W. The tree as an iconographic metaphor is perhaps the most universally widespread of all great cultural symbols. 'Genealogy of the class of fishes' published by Louis Agassiz in his Recherches sur les poissons fossiles (Research on fossil fishes) of 1844. Donating = Loving
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Botanicus.org - a freely accessible, Web-based encyclopedia of historic botanical literature WoRMS - World Register of Marine Species Welcome to BugGuide.Net! efloraofindia efloraofindia (eFI in short) website is documenting flora of India that is being discussed on efloraofindia google e-group along with supplementing the working of the group. It has the largest database on net on Indian Flora with more than 10,000 species (along with more than 2,00,000 pictures, from some of the best Flora Photographers of India, at its efloraofindia e-group links). It also includes some species from around the world, which has been posted by our members. efloraofindia e-group (earlier Indiantreepix/ Efloraindia) is the largest Google e-group in the world in this field & largest nature related in India (and the most constructive, with more than 2400 members & 2,00,000 messages on 9/9/14) devoted to creating awareness, helping in identification (e-gurukul) etc. along with discussion & documentation of Indian Flora. One can visit & join ‘efloraofindia’ e-group by clicking at efloraofindia google e-group & then clicking on 'Sign in' & then 'Sign up' on next page.
La société d'études scientifiques de l'Aude Feuilleter l'herbier... Dans cette page voustrouverez le nom de toutes les plantes de l'herbier, commencez par choisir si vous voulez trier les plantes par leurs noms en français ou en latin, puis cliquez sur le nom de la plante pour consulter sa fiche. Vous pouvez également consulter l'arbre de la classification en cliquant ici. Home | Catalogue of Life The British Lichen Society | Promoting the Study, Enjoyment and Conservation of Lichens MycoBank in English