David W. Kramer
dkramer at POSTBOX.ACS.OHIO-STATE.EDU
Fri Sep 29 13:20:37 EST 1995
Dr. Daniel J. Tennessen writes: "I am in the process of developing a World
Wide Web page that will act as a Sister-Web with public k-12 schools. The
Web will be used for Plant Sciences....What I need from others across
(No need to respond to all of these questions, just one or two would be great).
1) Does your college/university have a Web page for biology/plant biology?
If so what is it so that I can point students to it? If there is a
Pre-college education focus, please let me know!
2) Do you know of plant science industry web pages (informative pages about
plant science processes/products)?
3) I am looking for someone who might have tried tutoring/two-way
communication via the web.
4) Individual webs for specialized plant science information (plant anatomy,
systematics, molecular biology).
5) Pre-college educators (formal or informal/non-formal): if you are
interested in progress/development of this Web page, send me an email.
Thank you in advance for your information and assistance. Dan."
You might begin by looking at two of my favorite web sites for biology:
The Department of Plant Biology at Whitman College:
And Steve Wolf's CSUBIOWEB at
Dr. David W. Kramer
Assistant Professor of Plant Biology
Ohio State University at Mansfield
1680 University Drive
Mansfield, OH 44906
(419) 755-4344 FAX: (419) 755-4367
e-mail: kramer.8 at osu.edu
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