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Botany 2001
"Plants and People"

August 12 - 16, 2001
Albuquerque Convention Center
Albuquerque, New Mexico

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American Fern Society/Flora of North America Project Booth #205
PO Box 299
St. Louis Missouri, 63166 
314-577-9522
Information on the American Fern Society, its products and goals;  also information and items from the Flora North America, its progress and forthcoming volumes.
American Society of Plant Taxonomists Booth # 105
Department of EEOB
Ohio State University
1735 Neil Ave
Columbus, Ohio, 43210 
614-292-0267
The American Society of Plant Taxonomists promotes research and teaching in the taxonomy, systematics, and phylogeny of vascular and nonvascular plants. Organized in 1935, the Society has a membership of over 1300. ASPT sponsors graduate student research each year, with a portion of the funding coming from our annual T-shirt sales. 
Association of American University Presses Booth # 200
71 West 23rd St. Suite 901
New York, New York, 10010 
212-989-1010 
Representing the best in scholarly and academic publishing.
Cambridge University Press Booth # 211
40 West 20th Street 
New York, New York 10011-4211
800-221-4512
Books and Journals in Biological/Plant Sciences
EmCal Scientific, Inc. Booth # 204-206
P.O. Box 27105
San Diego California 92198
800-872-2397
We will present our unique Littlemac and Mycroflex video imaging systems  for scientific research projects or routine classroom imaging needs, as well as a comprehensive line of microscopes.
K.E. Software, Inc Booth # 111
303-601 W. Broadway 
Vancouver, BC V52 402 
604-877-1960
KE Emu is a full-featured collections management system for botanic information. KE EMu provides access from small to very large botanic collections and manages all aspects of an institution's collections. Extensive retrieval facilities are available within the institution and external patrons via the Internet.
McGraw-Hill Higher Education Booth # 210
2460 Kerper Blvd.
Dubuque, IA   52001
319-588-1451
Stop by the McGraw HIll booth for information about our market- leading botany titles and technology resources including:  Principles of Botany by Uno/Storey/Moore and Introductory Plant Biology, 8/e by Stern
Missouri Botanical Garden Press  Booth # 101
4344 Shaw Blvd 
St. Louis, Missouri, 63110 
314-577-9534
 
Publications including two botanical journals, a diverse Monograph series, full color, elephant folio series on orchids and regional and nationalfloras, including those of China, Mesoamerica and the Venezuelan Guayana.
Museum of New Mexico Press and University of New Mexico Press Booth # 207
1720 Lomas Blvd NE
 Albuquerque NM 87131
 505-277-2346
 
Books on wild plants, gardening and the Southwest.
The Botanical Society of America  Booth # 201
1735 Neil Ave 
Columbus, Ohio, 43210 
614-292-3519
The Botanical Society of America's objectives are to promote the study botany, to encourage research and education about plants and to foster communication between the professional botanical community. Stop by our booth for a variety of educational materials and membership information as well as t-shirts and other items for sale to benefit our Endowment fund.
The New York Botanical Garden Press Booth # 202
200th & Kazimiroff Blvd 
Bronx, New York 10458-5126
718-817-8257
Books and journals covering all aspects of botanical sciences.
Timber Press, Inc. Booth # 107
133 SW Second Ave, Suite 450 
Portland, Oregon, 97204 
800-327-5680
Better books for botanists, horticulturists and gardeners. Featuring our newest title "The Cactus Family" by Edward Anderson
The Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections Booth # 103
PO Box 797
Washington DC 20044-0797
 
Materials used in the construction of storage containers and specimen supports; equipment for monitoring 
 storage environments (e.g., humidity, temp., air quality, and insects;) and a selection of containers for the  storage of collections and documentation
 

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