Research Works (Botany)

Research Works (Botany)

 
Since its inception as a public garden, the Morris Arboretum has served as a center for botanical research. Research staff at the arboretum study the evolution, phylogenetics, systematics/taxonomy, anatomy and morphology of plants. The Morris Arboretum also has a long-standing research program in floristics, or the study of what plants grow in a certain place in a particular time frame, with a major focus on the flora of Pennsylvania (please see below for details). We are currently fundraising to better equip our laboratory with a suite of molecular biology and anatomy/histology tools and equipment, to allow us to grow our research program even further.

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Submissions from 2013

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Critical Resources of Bald Mountain Section Lehigh Gorge State Park, Timothy A. Block and Ann F. Rhoads

Submissions from 2012

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Resource Recovery Plan for Bicknell’s sedge Carex bicknellii Britton in Pennsylvania, Ann F. Rhoads and Timothy A. Block

Submissions from 2010

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Field Survey and Status Clarification of PNHP Tentatively Undetermined Plant Species II, Ann F. Rhoads and Timothy A. Block

Submissions from 2008

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Vegetation of Ridley Creek State Park, Ann F. Rhoads and Timothy A. Block

Submissions from 2005

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Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center Vegetation Inventory, Ann F. Rhoads and Timothy A. Block

Submissions from 2003

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Field Surveys of Aquatic and Terrestrial Plant Species of Special Concern in Eastern Pennsylvania, Timothy A. Block and Ann F. Rhoads

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Natural Resource Inventory and Management Recommendations Whites Mill Property Salford Township, Montgomery County, Ann F. Rhoads and Timothy A. Block

Submissions from 2002

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Nescopeck State Park Inventory of PNDI-Listed Plants and Plant Communities, Ann F. Rhoads and Timothy A. Block

Submissions from 2001

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Surveys of TU Plants, Taxonomic Studies, Pennsylvania Flora Project Web Site, and Environmental Review, Ann F. Rhoads and Timothy A. Block