Conducting Floristic Studies of Local Plant Populations: The Potential of Two-Year College Students and Faculty

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The purpose of this research was to evaluate the ability of two-year college students and faculty in one area of activity and to gain a more adequate understanding of them. A dearth of taxonomic literature on plant populations at the local level prompted this study. It has been observed that amateur botanists have accomplished satisfactory and commendable work in plant taxonomy. Also, it has been observed that a high percentage of students in two year colleges commute considerable distances. These disparate observations led to a potential solution to the botanical dilemma.

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Prather, Stanley A. (Stanley Albert) December 1993.

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The purpose of this research was to evaluate the ability of two-year college students and faculty in one area of activity and to gain a more adequate understanding of them. A dearth of taxonomic literature on plant populations at the local level prompted this study. It has been observed that amateur botanists have accomplished satisfactory and commendable work in plant taxonomy. Also, it has been observed that a high percentage of students in two year colleges commute considerable distances. These disparate observations led to a potential solution to the botanical dilemma.

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Prather, Stanley A. (Stanley Albert). Conducting Floristic Studies of Local Plant Populations: The Potential of Two-Year College Students and Faculty, dissertation, December 1993; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277776/: accessed October 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .