Metadata: Boyce Thomson Institute for Plant Research (BTI)

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TitleBoyce Thomson Institute for Plant Research (BTI)
PublisherBoyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research: Ithaca, US (NY)
Format of datatext/html
Keywordsecophysiology; biological diversity; plant diversity; molecular biodiversity
DescriptionHome page of the Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research (BTI), an organisation "dedicated to the study of plants and associated organisms for the betterment of society". The Institute carries out research in four areas: forest biology, insect biology, environmental physiology and molecular biodiversity. The home page provides links to these research groups and to other affiliated institutions including Cornell University, which hosts this site. An interactive research section links to the Last Straw project, where visitors can use a computer simulation model to experiment with how plants deal with water stress. The site also contains information on the aims, history and structure of the organisation, as well as staff details, annual reports and financial information.
Source TypeResearch Institutes
CABI CodeKK100; KK110
Accessfree; no restriction
Levelundergraduate; graduate; professional
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