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A guide for researchers of systematic and taxonomic botany, and those studying plant and fungal diversity at the University of Michigan.
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This research guide was created in its original form by Rebecca Hill.

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Systematic and Taxonomic Botany

This research guide is designed to help researchers of systematic and taxonomic botany and those studying plant and fungal diversity at the University of Michigan.  It contains information on helpful resources held by the University of Michigan Library (both print and electronic) as well as outside links to botanical gardens, federal departments, non-profit organizations, and other web resources on botany.

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