The Plant Pathology Department does fundamental strategic and applied research on crop diseases caused by fungi, bacteria and viruses
The Plant Pathology Internet Guide Book is a subject oriented internet resource guide for plant pathology, applied entomology, and all related fields. On these pages you will find plant pathology related internet sites and more useful resources.
This web site is about plants. You will learn about how plants grow and the different parts of a plant. We will tell you how seeds travel and what bees do to help plants. At our web site, you will also learn about plants and their relationship with animals. Students and teachers, be sure to check out our page with plant activities.
The PlantStress web site presents concise and updated discussions of the main stresses: Drought, Heat, Cold (chilling and freezing), Salinity, Soil Mineral Deficiency and Soil Mineral Toxicity (mainly aluminum and acid soil).
The UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences is Wisconsin’s land grant agricultural college. We conduct research, instruction and outreach programs in agriculture, biology, natural resources, food science, and rural development.
ICRAF conducts strategic and applied research for more sustainable and productive land use. It has five research themes: diversification and intensification of land use; soil fertility replenishment in nutrient-depleted lands; socioeconomic and policy research; acceleration of impact on farm by ensuring that research results are used; and capacity and institutional strengthening through training and the dissemination of information.
A collection of images, text and movies covering the structure and functioning of a typical plant cell.